Monday, May 13, 2013

Cover Reveal: Noah's Rainy Day by Sandra Brannan (Book #4 in the Liv Bergen series)

Who's excited about this upcoming release? This girl right here. The cover is haunting. The story sounds thrilling. And I'm sure, once again, Brannan's writing will pull me in.

Mark your calendars!

Available September 3, 2013!

Newly minted Special Agent Liv Bergen races against time to solve a child kidnapping (which could take a fatal turn) with the help of her gifted nephew Noah.
From birth, Noah Hogarty has lived with severe cerebral palsy. He is nearly blind, unable to speak, and cannot run, walk, or crawl. Yet his mind works just as well as any other twelve-year-old’s—maybe even better. And Noah holds a secret dream: to become a great spy, following in the footsteps of his aunt, Liv “Boots” Bergen.
Now, freshly returned from training at Quantico, FBI agent Liv Bergen is thrown into her first professional case. Working side by side with veteran agent Streeter Pierce, enigmatic agent and lover Jack Linwood, and her bloodhound Beulah, Liv must race to find five-year-old Max—last seen at the Denver International Airport—before this Christmastime abduction turns deadly. Meanwhile Noah, housebound, becomes wrapped up in identifying the young face he sees watching him from his neighbor’s bedroom window, but he can neither describe nor inscribe what he knows.
And his investigation may lead to Noah paying the ultimate price in fulfilling his dream.
Noah’s Rainy Day (the fourth novel in Brannan’s mystery series) combines classic Liv Bergen irreverence and brainpower with an unflinching look at the darkest of human motivations, all while a whirlpool of increasingly terrifying events threatens to engulf Liv and Noah both in one final rainy day.
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Happy Reading and as always, thanks for stopping by!

red headed book child


June G said...

Oh wow. This does sound good. I work with disabled kids and people often don't realize that their impaired bodies, are holding captive, a very alert and functional mind. I'll keep my eyes open for this book!

Ryan said...

I so want to read this seris someday.

Lisa said...

A cover with no blood?? What is going on? It is certainly haunting.