Run For Your Life by Jean Holbrook Mathews

January 30, 2014 | 2 Comments

Law student Theo Novak simply saw what no one else did: a suspicious link between an ongoing environmental lawsuit and the nomination of a new judge that would ensure a victory for the energy companies. He stumbled on a conspiracy that extended to the upper echelons of the US government and wrote a legal brief to kill for…

After a long and prestigious career, Congressman Max Southland is ready to retire, and as a member of his staff, Mattie Mathis is on hand to help her uncle wind down his career. When Mattie receives a cryptic call from her boyfriend and fellow staffer Craig, she’s left with more questions than answers: an interesting bit of research by a young law student has surfaced that could have national consequences. A copy is on its way to her. Before she can process this information, Craig is dead… and Mattie will be next.

There is only one person who can help Mattie: Jack Summers, a cop whose sense of duty stems not only from his assignment but also from his growing feelings for the woman he’s bound to protect. As the pair runs for their lives, it is clear that a violent cover-up has been plotted and they must unravel the conspiracy if they hope to survive.

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Title: Run For Your Life

Author: Jean Holbrook Mathews

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: January 3, 2014

ISBN: 978-1621084778

Formats: 304 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: Suspense

2 responses to “Run For Your Life by Jean Holbrook Mathews

  1. I LOVE a good SUSPENSE NOVEL and this one was FANTASTIC!

    Fast Pace
    with a touch of hopeful Romance

    SO. SO. SO. GOOD!
    I LOVE Jean Holbrook Mathews’ books!
    I have read them all and highly recommend them all!

  2. Rachel L

    This was written well but it was a little too heavy with political and legal jargon and intrigue that seemed to drag on and on. I definitely wouldn’t call it a fun read.

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