Close to Home by Robert Dugoni. Published by Thomas & Mercer

When a young boy is killed in a hit and run, the suspect, a member of the navy stationed at a nearby base is cleared of all charges after crucial evidence disappears. Seattle detective Tracy Crosswhite knows this isn’t her battle to fight, but she can’t let the case go.  It soon becomes obvious the suspect in the case has ties to a number of heroin overdoses in the area and Tracy has to wonder why the Navy is working so hard to keep one of their own from facing justice? Could it be that one or more of his superiors have something to gain by sweeping the whole incident under the rug? I’m so glad Dugoni is keeping this series going – every book gets better as Tracy becomes more believable. One of my favorite heroines in a current series

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