Dangerous Mercy (Secrets of Roux River Bayou, Bk 2) by Kathy Herman


Dangerous Mercy Reviewed by Jane Squires

This is one of the best books I have read. It keeps you turning the pages. I read half of it on the first night.

Underground slave tunnels, murders, mercy, and more. It takes you a long way through the book before you even speculate who the Bathtub Killer is.

A peaceful town is turned upside down by 5 murders. The Sheriff trying to fit together the pieces of the puzzle. He finally has to call in an FBI profiler.

Adele is so trusting and full of mercy. Her faith in God is put to the test.

I found it helpful to read through the Cajun French glossary before starting. Then I did not have to refer back to it.

The Author writes in her note at end “Mercy is for the needy – not the worthy.” We all are in need of mercy. I highly recommend this book!


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