Three women, three secrets, three mysteries to solve.
I have to admit, I've been a fan of Dee Henderson for quite a while, and have read Dani Pettrey books before. Neither let me down. Lynette Eason fit in well with the other two authors, all write with a similar style.
Dee Henderson wrote "Missing". In this novella an elderly mom goes missing, her sheriff son worries it might be connected to him, but works with the local cops to figure out what happened to his mother.
Dani Pettrey wrote "Shadowed", where an open water swimming competitor was murdered and a fellow competitor works with the police to figure out what happened.
Lynetter Eason contributed "blackout" about a young lady who suffered a memory loss due a traumatic event and is starting to remember more about it. This causes the perpetrator to come after her.
I have to admit, the editors did a good job fitting these three novellas together. Similar styles, similar type of books, they fit like the fingers of a glove.
I did struggle with reading three short books in a row. Due to the nature of the subject matter it was easy to have them all run together. The Dani Pettrey book surprised me with who the guilty party was, this was probably my favourite of the three.
If you like romantic suspense books, Sins of the Past will fit the bill quite nicely.
This book was reviewed for Nuts about Books, it runs at 378 pages. Published by Bethany House.