Three Seconds to RUSH
Piper Anderson Legacy Mystery
Reviewed by Roy Murry, Author
Tara is near death with a needle in her arm, and her child, a distance away from her, nearing pneumonia, when the police find her. When she wakes up in the hospital, the detective is reading her 'Her Rights.'
Using her only call, she calls a friend who she hadn't seen in ten years when she was fourteen and he sixteen. Luckily, he is an excellent defense, but he doesn't believe her.
Their childhood plays an integral part in how they move in the right direction as to solving Tara's legal problems. However, Reid has a problem acquainting himself with what they meant to each other and for each other.
They both have issues in dealing with society. Reid is a workaholic and lives like a hermit. Tara tries to do everything on her without a support system.
With conflicts and reevaluations of their selves, they meet in the right place, leading to a conclusion the may not see coming. With support, the story ends in their favor.
The characters are thoroughly developed; the plot is interesting; there are twists, and the prose is thrilling until the end.