The novel is part of a series, but it stands alone. It's starts out when one of Longstreet's arrests gets out of prison and seeks revenge. Longstreet takes care of him, but the plot twists. The first villain is only a tip of the storyline. Another more nefarious set of villains is out to get her and Brooker.
I found the book an interesting, neatly-tied packaged thriller with some extra-nice family dynamics. The Longstreet family is threatened along the read but none of them make easy victims, even the ones not in law enforcement.
Dark Sky. Recommended if you want a fast, light read with lots of action, some smiles, well rounded characters, and government intrigue,
Just what I need is another excuse to waste more time on the internet but couldn't resist sharing this:
How and why does the internet seduce you and gobble your time? I'll bet it's because there are articles like this one with a list of 300 free things: 300 awesome free things: a massive list of free things you should really know by Ali Mese. Not only are they free, but some look really useful.
Of course, you can order it direct from Amazon, if you want to pay. Smashwords allows you to download in mobi so you can get it free on your Kindle.
Oh, the sequel to Noticing Jamilla is going well. I now know where the beginning is.