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If I Run book review

1ea754c578d918bc99527037e8156a6cCasey Cox’s DNA is all over the crime scene. The evidence is clear. She murdered her best friend. The problem? She says she DID NOT do it! What choice does she have but to run.


Dylan Roberts is hired to find Casey and bring her back. Though the crime scene seems open and shut there is something not adding up for him. Casey does not fit the profile of a killer, even with the evidence and the fact that she ran. But if she is innocent, what was she doing at the victim’s house? And why did she run? If she is a killer then he needs to find her, and soon. If she is not, then there is someone else out there they don’t know about who is murdering. What is the truth?


This story was non-stop action and the mystery kept twisting and turning. As some answers were uncovered more questions arised. I thoroughly enjoyed this book (my first read by Terri Blackstock) and am looking forward to reading more by her.


*I received this book free from Fiction Guild and Zondervan in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed is entirely my own thoughts.*


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