This mystery novel centers around a driven news anchor, Suzanne Kidwell, who has a cable show called Judgment Day. She exposes anyone in power to get ratings, and in her attempt to get the scoop she tends to cut corners in the fact-checking department. While investigating a string of missing teenagers, Suzanne finds herself in a great deal of trouble. Before she knows it, she is being arrested for murder.
As despicable as her actions have been, there is something likable about Suzanne. This book is full of interesting characters...some honest and some evil to the core. I would say it's an easy read that can be done in a few hours, but because of the variety of characters and interestingly woven plot it kept my attention!
One final comment: The book jacket says Suzanne is accused of murdering an entrepreneur, John Edward Sterling. In the book, she is accused of murdering a woman and Sterling is a Senator she is investigating. It doesn't affect the review of the book itself, but I just couldn't post this without mentioning that discrepancy.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for my honest review.