I Shall Not Want: A Clare Fergusson and Russ Van Alstyne Mystery (Google eBook)
Millers Kill reaches the boiling point in this white-hot novel of love and suspense
People die. Marriages fail. In the small Adirondack town of Millers Kill, New York, however, life doesnít stop for heartbreak. A brand-new officer in the police department, a breaking-and-entering, and trouble within his own family keep Police Chief Russ Van Alstyne busy enough to ignore the pain of losing his wife---and the woman he loves.
At St. Albanís Episcopal Church, the Reverend Clare Fergusson is trying to keep her vestry, her bishop, and her National Guard superiors happy---all the while denying her own wounded soul.
When a Mexican farmhand stumbles over a Latino man killed with a single shot to the back of his head, Clare is sucked into the investigation through her involvement in the migrant community. The discovery of two more bodies executed in the same way ignites fears that a serial killer is loose in the close-knit community. While the sorrowful spring turns into a scorching summer, Russ is plagued by media hysteria, conflict within his department, and a series of baffling assaults.
As the violence strikes closer and closer to home, an untried officer is tested, a wary migrant worker is tempted, and two would-be lovers who thought they had lost everything must find a way to trust each other again---before it becomes forever, fatally, too late.
Julia Spencer-Fleming shows you can escape danger---but not desire---in her most suspenseful, passionate novel yet, I Shall Not Want.
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Review: I Shall Not Want (Rev. Clare Fergusson & Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries #6)User Review - Cathy Cole - Goodreads
After having avoided this series for so long due to the massive hype the very first book received, I now have the extremely pleasant task of playing catch-up. After so much avoidance, Julia Spencer ... Read full review
Review: I Shall Not Want (Rev. Clare Fergusson & Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries #6)User Review - Melissa Proffitt - Goodreads
I am so glad I went directly to this book after All Mortal Flesh, because after the trauma that one inflicted on me, I really needed the payoff in this one. The mystery isn't very good; it limps along ... Read full review