Full Disclosure – Book Review

A car wreck that leaves a code in a notebook. An assuming small town cop who has ties to VIP’s in all fields. An FBI investigator who is on a hunt for a murderer. A private family web network that ties the family together. A cold case serial killer who keeps giving clues. Secrets on all levels by everyone. All of these pieces come together to build a story you can’t predict. Can all the threads of Full Disclosure be woven together to build a story that keeps you reading till the last page? The answer is a definite YES.

I started the book with low expectations since I have read few of Dee Henderson’s books. Since I was new to the O’Malley Family of characters in the books, I started out a little lost. But by the time I got past the first few pages, I was hooked and could barely find time to keep up with the daily stuff of life.

Full Disclosure

About the author

Dee Henderson is the bestselling, award-winning author of 15 previous novels, including the acclaimed O’MALLEY series and UNCOMMON HEROES series. She is a lifelong resident of Illinois.


Inspiration for a Family Network

In the busy world that most families live, it’s very easy to become disconnected with the cousins, aunts and uncles and extended family. This book inspired me to start our own Facebook Family Private Group. Read all about how I’m working to connect to my extended family as a result of Full Disclosure.

You can order Full Disclosure from Amazon.

The future of my copy

My cousin is an avid Dee Henderson fan of many years. I sent her this copy the afternoon I finished it. Her response? “Thanks to you – I got no sleep. What a great read!” What will you do when you finish reading your copy?

I received a copy of Full Disclousre from Christian Blog Fiction Alliance in exchange for this review. I was not required to write a positive review.

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