Because you can't judge a book by its cover

In the novel Danger on Her Doorstep by Rachelle McCalla, Maggie Arnold is trying to get over her father’s fatal accident. However, when certain things start happening around the house where he was murdered, Maggie can’t help but wonder if maybe his death wasn’t an accident after all. Maggie wants to just get the renovations done on the old Victorian house and go back to her own life, but things just never work out quite right. The only person in town that is willing to help her is the handyman Gideon Bromley, whom no one in Holyoake is willing to trust. Maggie just wants to get everything put into order so no one else gets hurt trying to figure out what’s going on.

I enjoyed Danger on Her Doorstep because it kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time! I was so worried about what was going to happen next and didn’t set it down after I started reading the book. I had a good time trying to figure out what was going on, especially when several new pieces of evidence came to light through the course of the story. There were some things that happened during the novel that shocked and surprised me. They definitely added some additional twists to the storyline!

You can read an excerpt here.

Holyoake Reading Order:

Out On a Limb

Danger on her Doorstep

Dead Reckoning

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Title: Danger on her Doorstep
Author: Rachelle McCalla
Format: paperback, hardbound, ebook
Page Nos.: 222
ISBN: 978-0373444274
Publisher: Steeple Hill

Available for Purchase: Amazon, eHarlequin
Release Date: January 2011
Reviewer: Jillian

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