As usual, Mariah Stewart wrote a great book. If you are a fan of hers, then this book will not disappoint. It is consistent with her other books. Easy to read, just the right amount of romance, mystery, and altho their is violence, it's gentle on the reader.
If you have not read her books, I recommend reading all of them. Well, not the romance bbooks, don't know anything about them.
Closest I could describe Stewart's books is female romantic suspense.
This book was interesting but a little hard to follow for me.
I love the Mercy Street Series and this by far is the best one yet!!
If you like Robert and The Foundation and all the other employees, you will love this.
You will also get to enjoy some characters from her other books. By the way all are wonderful
Finally a satisfactory conclusion to the Robert/Beth/Ian conflict which started the series three books ago. This was a secondary storyline but much needed to close out the series.
The primary storyline was serial killer related and involved new Mercy Street agent Sam Delvecchio and FBI agent Fiona Summers. The killer was re-enacting the seven biblical acts of mercy: feed the hungry, bury the dead, visit the sick, clothe the naked, give drink to the thirsty, feed the homeless, visit the imprisoned. And so the murders begin...The clincher is that all the deaths somehow connect to Sam. This is a really great who-dun-it that keeps you guessing until the end.
The romance between Sam and Fiona is subtle but enough to put this book under the romance category.
Great book, I loved all the books in the series but I think this one was the best. So glad that she will be continue the stories with these characters.