Friday, March 7, 2014

Notorious by Allison Brennan is fantastic! Coming

***********Thank you Edelweiss for allowing me to read this title!****************


Maxine Revere has dedicated her life to investigating murders that the police have long since given up any hope of solving. A nationally renowned investigative reporter with her own TV show and a tough-as-nails reputation, Max tackles cold cases from across the country and every walk of life. But the one unsolved murder that still haunts her is a case from her own past.

When Max was a high school senior, one of her best friends was strangled and another, Kevin O’Neal, accused of the crime. To the disgrace of her wealthy family, Max stood by her friend, until she found out he lied about his alibi. Though his guilt was never proven, their relationship crumbled from the strain of too many secrets.

Now Max is home for Kevin’s funeral—after years of drug abuse, he committed suicide. She’s finally prepared to come to terms with the loss of his friendship, but she’s not prepared for Kevin’s sister to stubbornly insist that he didn’t kill himself. Or for an elderly couple to accost her at the airport, begging her to look into another murder at Max’s old high school. Max is more interested in the cold case at her alma mater than in digging around Kevin’s troubled life, but she agrees to do both. As Max uncovers dark secrets, she finds herself caught in a complicated web of lies that hit far too close to home. And it’s becoming increasingly clear that someone will do whatever it takes to make sure the truth stays buried.

Maxine came home to give Kevin's sister closure over her brother's death. Jodi doesn't believe he committed suicide, but after years of drug abuse, Maxine isn't so sure. She doesn't plan to investigate his death, or her high school friend Lindy's, and she also gets involved in a case of a construction worker killed at her old high school.

Someone definitely doesn't want her to solve ANY of those murders. 

I loved this book. It had the right amount of everything in it. Max was a great, strong female character. I wish Nick had made it in more. And, just to let you know, its NOT who you think it is! 

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