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One morning on a routine jog, Kallene’s running partner, Linda, confides that she’s filing for divorce. The next morning, she’s gone without a trace, leaving behind her frightened young daughter. Since Linda’s enraged husband refuses to notify the police, Kallene steps in to initiate a missing person search, not knowing it would soon become a murder investigation — or that she’d soon fall for the charming lead detective. With Linda’s handsome brother also on her mind, Kallene must navigate the rapids of a double romance as well as the deepening suspicion in her upscale Utah neighborhood. Intrigue turns to danger as Kallene faces the consequences of hasty judgments. And when startling new evidence casts Linda’s murder as the work of a determined killer, Kallene needs the intervention of unlikely heroes to avoid being the next victim.
- Size: 6" x 9"
- Pages: 235
- Published: 06/2011
- Book on CD: Unabridged
- Number of Discs: 6
- Run Time: Approx. 7 hours
About the Author
Jennie Hansen lived a nomadic life during her early years and can remember living in twenty-two different houses and attending eight schools. The two colleges where she earned degrees, Ricks and Westminster, made ten. She worked as a model, secretary, newspaper reporter and editor, legislative page, teacher, and librarian. Through it all, she kept writing. To date she has twenty-three published novels, numerous short stories, and many magazine and newspaper articles to her credit. She has written reviews of LDS fiction for Meridian Magazine since 2001.
She and her husband have five children, all of whom are married to wonderful people, and eleven grandchildren. Two days each week Jennie and her husband can be found serving at the Oquirrh Mountain Temple, a fifteen-minute drive from their Utah home.
You can learn more about Jennie Hansen by visiting her blog at notesfromjenniesdesk.blogspot.com.
Good page turner / fast read
by Dena - reviewed on August 10, 2011
This was my first time reading Hansen and I'm definitely a fan. The plot was great and she made it difficult to put down the book. Enjoy!
Classic Hansen goodness
by Gregg - reviewed on July 11, 2011
IF I SHOULD DIE was very enjoyable! As per usual, Hansen throws in lots of high suspense, intriguing twists, and moments of teeth-grinding frustration, but mostly this story was carried by the characters. They were life-like, believable, and endearing. Their joys were my joys, their angst became my angst, their sorrows were my sorrows, thier successes, my successes. I loved it.