Wednesday, September 13

Driven to Murder by Judith Skillings

Review by Dawn Dowdle 

In this newest book by Judith Skillings, Rebecca Moore is off to Indianapolis to join the pit crew of driver Ian Browning.  He is driving a vintage Formula One car and since she is a classic car restorer, it makes sense she would jump at the chance to join his pit crew. 

Being the only female in the crew doesn't phase her, but when a bullet whizzes past her head, she takes notice.  Even though the owner refuses to notify the police, Rebecca begins to question what is going on.  Then Mick Hagan shows up to keep an eye on her, thanks to Jo.  After Rebecca discovers a body in the cockpit the day before the race, she is thankful to have his help. 

Rebecca is a well-developed character and her past continues to haunt her.  I really liked this book.  Even though Rebecca was not at home and we had many new characters, I felt it was superbly crafted and had plenty of twists and turns to keep my attention.  I liked how the author interspersed calls with Jo to bring the home front into the story.  Have Mick join her helped as well. 

I can't wait to read the next book in this series.  I highly recommend this book and the complete series!

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