Down the Broken Road: A Rachel Carver Mystery

Down the Broken Road: A Rachel Carver Mystery

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Overview

Rachel Carver’s career with the North Carolina Bureau of Investigation came to a shuddering halt after her last case led to the collateral death of an innocent woman and a shameful cover-up by her superiors. She’s turned in her badge and is settling into a new life as a legal investigator—but Rachel’s past won’t leave her alone. An anonymous tip leads her to investigate a possible link between a recent grizzly murder and the case that ruined her career. With a new set of clues to run down, Rachel is determined to uncover the truth once and for all. But the killer strikes again, and in a flurry of confusion, Rachel gets pinned for a double homicide. On the run and desperate for answers, she peels back the layers of the victims’ lives—and discovers a shocking litany of murder and lies that now threatens to claim even more victims. Even if Rachel can prove her innocence, she might not be able to save her own life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781974975662
Publisher: Dreamscape Media
Publication date: 09/10/2019
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 5.40(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

J. R. Backlund is an experienced mystery writer who, prior to his first novel, studied journalism at the University of Florida. After a thirteen-year detour in construction management, he rediscovered his love of writing and telling stories. He currently resides with his wife and their furry children in Jacksonville, Florida.

Lesa Lockford is a professor in the Department of Theatre and Film at Bowling Green State University. She teaches courses in voice for the actor, dialects, acting, and performance studies. She is also a writer and performer. Before becoming a teacher, she was a professional actor in Great Britain, where she appeared in a variety of roles in television, film, and on the stage. She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

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Down the Broken Road: A Rachel Carver Mystery 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Debi_2014andBeyond More than 1 year ago
Down the Broken Road by J.R. Backlund is the story of Rachel Carver, who is a former agent with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI).  Rachel left her SBI job after she was forced to shoot a suspect who she believed had been wrongly convicted. As a result of this incident, Rachel made the decision to leave law enforcement and become a private investigator. This book is the second in the Rachel Carver Mystery series, the first book being Among the Dead (which I did not read). I felt this book worked as a standalone and I didn't feel like I had missed out on anything. Just as Rachel Carver is interviewing for a job with a legal firm, a reporter from her past, Bryce Parker, contacts her about the case that ended her career.  Coincidentally, the law firm surprises Rachel with an opportunity to re-investigate that very same case when Tyler Larson was murdered.  When the discovery that one of Larson’s Army buddies has been murdered, the old case is re-opened.  Parker has also discovered a witness to Larson's murder. Down the Broken Road is a fast-paced mystery with an interesting storyline. There are so many suspects to investigate and lots of questionable murders to solve, but Rachel presses forward in her search for the truth.I felt that the author really brought a great conclusion to this story.  This book will pull keep you engaged from start to finish. The author's creation of Rachel's character provides readers with a very believable story and believe that she is able to solve this case thanks to her law enforcement background.  I was provided with a complimentary electronic advanced reader copy through Net Galley in exchange for my post.  I was not required to post a positive review.