Full Disclosure

by Dee Henderson

Hardcover, 2012

Status

Available

Call number

813.54

Publication

Bethany House Publishers (2012), Edition: 1, 480 pages

Original publication date

2012-10-02

Description

Fiction. Romance. Christian Fiction. Midwest Homicide Investigator Ann Silver appears out of nowhere and drops the best lead on a serial murder case that Special Agent Paul Falcon has had in years. But is he ready for this case's secretsâ??or this woman

Language

Original language

English

ISBN

9780764210907

User reviews

LibraryThing member TammyPhillips
First of all, I am incredibly excited that Dee Henderson has brought us a new story. She is my favorite author for Christian romantic suspense novels. I could read the O'Malley series again and again. So her latest, Full Disclosure, was like a visit from old friends. And keeping to her style, Full
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Disclosure includes a strong independent female who is ultimately swept off her feet by a persistant man who knows how to treat a lady.

Unlike her previous novels however, this one does not provide that heart-stopping suspense. The story is mysterious and keeps you guessing, but it involves reopening a cold case because a letter is received from the confessed murderer. So while the murderer stays one step ahead of law enforcement, keeping the reader turning pages, there are no real gut-wrenching situations for the main characters to survive through or rescue each other from. For this reason, I am giving Full Disclosure only four stars. It was enjoyable, but not my favorite. For full enjoyment, I do encourage readers to begin with the O'Malley series before reading Full Disclosure.
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LibraryThing member Lauren_W
I love Dee Henderson, and I was very excited for this book.

Full Disclosure begins with FBI investigator Paul Falcon rushing to a murder in his family's restaurant. Pages and pages later, I began to realize that this murder had almost nothing to do with the later plot, and that the details of that
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night were only important in a round-about way toward the end. Falcon then meets a woman named Ann, who seems very interesting. Pages and pages are given over for them to describe each other an themselves in conversations that go like this: Question? Answer. Question? Answer. Question? Answer. In the second half of the book, we get back to the murderer, but not for long because there are still things Paul and Ann need to talk about in order for them to have a relationship.

Dee Henderson has several wonderful books, that are mentioned in this one. As if there was not a murderer to catch, or a romance to build, Paul and Ann just talked about other people's lives. I already know Kate and Dave's story! And Marcus and Shari! I want to know about yours now, please!

There were a few good points about this book, and if you love Dee Henderson, you will appreciate the references, the snappy one-liners, and the animal side kicks. If you are just starting your Dee Henderson collection, I would try to start with another book
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LibraryThing member jramoly
I received an advanced copy of this book to review, and could NOT put it down! I have laughed and cried through all of Dee Henderson's books, but this one will always have a special place in my heart. Somehow, she managed not only to produce a wonderful book with great drama, crime, and
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heart-stopping action, but also to intertwine it with her O'Malley and Uncommon Hero books. The characters link together so perfectly, with such flair, that you feel like Ann Silver has always been a part of your reading experience. And when she and Paul Falcon become interested in each other outside of their respective homicide investigator/FBI agent jobs, the romance is better than a fairy tale, yet more realistic. Dee Henderson has always been skilled at leaving the reader guessing, and hanging onto her words at the end of chapters, but this story has far more unexpected twists and turns than ever before. If you love a suspenseful mystery, a beautiful romance, a CSI style novel, or simply a fun "safe" Christian read, this is the book for you!
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LibraryThing member Organicshoes
Dee Henderson is back! And what a return she has made! Her latest novel introduces us to two new characters, Ann Silver and Paul Falcon as well as some guest appearances of some of our favorite characters from Dee’s books.

Paul Falcon, a seasoned FBI Investigator has been tracking down a killer
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for years, the lady-killer as she has come to be known is elusive and her cases quickly turn cold until now, Ann Silver appears to be just another cop at first but the case she drops on Paul’s desk can lead him to finally discover the identity of the lady-killer.

Paul is ready to settle down, he wants a wife, a family. Ann is content being single and living in the moment, never planning what the future will bring. A case brings these two together, and Paul finds himself wanting to be around Ann more than just for the case, but she has some secrets and Paul wants her to be able to trust him with those secrets. Ann likes Paul, but is not sure if he can handle her secrets.

Henderson has not lost her touch one bit! You will love the new characters and the story that she has woven between them. Throughout this book you will encounter many twists and turns you were never expecting! Just when you feel like you’ve figured out what happened a new twist is uncovered that keeps you glued to the pages!

I loved this book, and my expectations for a Dee Henderson book were exceeded beyond what I could have imagined for her latest story! Make sure to grab a cup of hot chocolate and curl up on the couch for a long weekend because you will not want to put this book down.

I received this book complimentary from Bethany House Publications in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
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LibraryThing member kaykwilts
Not a fan. I have to be honest and say that I have never read any of her books. I have always heard that she is a good suspense author. I love authors like Terri Blackstock, Brandilyn Collins, Lynette Eason and Colleen Coble, These authors keep me up turning pages until I fall asleep. I had heard
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so much about this author that I was expecting the same. The suspense was lagging. I think I would have appreciated this book more if I had read her earlier works particularly the O'Malley novels. I get to that reason later.

I found the romance part of the story was lacking and it was a big part of the book. FBI agent Paul Falcon was attracted to Ann Silver from the get go when she dropped into his office and dropped some vital information on a case he was working on. Ann Silver worked in law enforcement as a part time sheriff and also a MHI. She was close to 40 years old and very private. Unlike the typical woman she had no desire to marry or even have kids. She was happy to remain single the rest of her life. The author spent way too much time at the beginning of the book of Paul asking all her friends about her. By the time the romance started he knew just about everything about her except her secrets and she had some big ones. You will have to read the book to discover what the secrets are but the secrets are revealed in the middle of the book. Anyway the case involves a serial shooter but the shooter is female.

As I said Ann is content to be by herself but she has a life away from the crime too. She writes a series of novels called the O'Malley series and the series are based on the lives of people she has met and some of Paul's friends and relatives are featured in these books. This is the reason why I thought reading the O'Malley series would add to my enjoyment of this book. Not sure if I am going to go back and read those novels if those novels move as slowing as this one.

Just because I did not enjoy this book don't let it influence you. If you love Dee Henderson I am sure you will love this one. It just was not for me.
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LibraryThing member milliebeverly
I received an advanced reading copy through a Librarything.com giveaway in return for a review. Dee Henderson is one of my favorite Christian authors. She manages to have Christian characters who aren't sappy. In this novel, an FBI agent, Paul Falcon, is given information by an intriguing woman
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about a cold case that involves 30 murders. As he tries to solve the case, he also attempts to have a relationship with the woman. Ms. Henderson manages to weave several of the characters from her O'Malley series. It was an interesting story, and I really enjoyed reading it, but it's not my favorite of hers.
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LibraryThing member kathleen.morrow
I've enjoyed Dee Henderson's past novels - they're not anything groundbreaking, but they're a good beach read.

I was disappointed in Full Disclosure however. I didn't find it as suspenseful as her past books, and the romance seemed unbelievable. The female protagonist is difficult to relate to and,
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I thought, somewhat unsympathetic, I almost didn't finish it because I was bored.
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LibraryThing member foggidawn
Paul Falcon is a high-ranking FBI investigator. When small-town cop Ann Silver stops by his office and drops a hot lead on his desk, related to a cold case he's been trying to solve for years, Falcon finds himself interested in more than just the evidence envelope she hands over. Ann is an enigma
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to Falcon -- one he'd like to try and solve. Will Ann let herself get close to him, or will the secrets in her past keep them always at arm's length?

One of the most interesting things that Henderson did in this book was to make Ann the fictional author of all of Henderson's earlier works -- and to make those works based on Ann's friends' lives. On one hand, this is a clever device to allow characters from the O'Malley series and Henderson's other books to crop up as characters in this book, despite the fact that Ann was not a character in the earlier books. On the other hand, it does make Ann a bit of a Mary Sue. While she's not a perfect character (more on that later), she does have mad skillz as both a writer and a homicide investigator, as well as an intimate relationship with God and a talent for forming and maintaining close friendships. She comes across as a bit of a Superwoman.

Unlike Henderson's earlier books, the suspense element was dialed down several notches in Full Disclosure. I kept waiting for that edge-of-your-seat moment when the hired killer is holding a gun against one of the characters' heads . . . it never came. There's plenty of intrigue and several shocking revelations, but they're all in the past, not part of the main action of the story.

On a personal note, I also thought that the romance lacked heat. Ann is intensely private and afraid of commitment, and most of the story is told from Falcon's perspective. While he was fully involved in trying to make a romance happen, I found Ann's hesitant and standoffish attitude extremely off-putting. Other readers may not have this reaction, however.

So, the amount of criticism I'm leveling may make it seem like I didn't enjoy this book. On the contrary, it held my attention nicely. While I might have liked to see a little more romance and a little more suspense, I did enjoy the way characters from previous novels were woven into the story, and I liked the way the two major cases that Falcon was working intersected. I would recommend this to Henderson's hardcore fans -- but for those who like inspirational fiction and romantic suspense, I would recommend giving The Negotiator a try and working your way up to this book.
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LibraryThing member milibrarian
When Midwest Homicide Investigator Ann Silver gives FBI agent Paul Falcon the best lead that he's had in a decade on a serial killer, she also causes him to reconsider his decision to never marry a cop. Both Paul and Ann cautiously approach their budding romance. Can she trust him enough to share
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her secrets? Can they adjust to each other's differences and still share a life? This book is slower paced thanthe O'Malley's series (whose characters make brief appearances) and at times seems autobiographical. It is stil a good read with a satisfying ending and an interesting twist in solving the murders. It's good to have Dee Henderson back!
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LibraryThing member Erolene
After five years, I've finally gotten a book from one of my favorite authors. Thanks to the Early Reviewers group and Bethany House Publishers for providing me with my free advance reading copy.

This is an interesting review for me to write, because I'm a huge fan of Henderson's, and loved her
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O'Malley books. Not that I didn't really like Full Disclosure, but from a technical standpoint, it just wasn't quite as good as it could have been. I'll get to those in a minute, but let's talk about the things I liked, first.

The main characters. Ann was great. I loved how deep her character was and how unique her personality was compared to the others around her. I was even able to relate to her a little, since I'm an introvert myself. Ann rather takes this to the extreme, but I'll let you figure that out for yourself.

Paul was pretty well done, also. I liked his connections with his family, and the way he was with his co-workers. When all is said and done, he didn't feel terribly different and memorable to me, and reminded me quite a bit of Dave from The Negotiator. Not that there's anything wrong with that, he just didn't have anything about him that stuck out to me.

The second thing I liked was the story line in general. The romance flowed along at a nice pace. The cases were interesting, if not quite as suspenseful as some of Henderson's others. A lot of the characters from her other books make an appearance here, which is an interesting addition.

The third thing I like is (and this goes for all of Henderson's books that I've read so far) the story feels natural, the characters feel real, and it's not a captive to any one specific genre. Whenever someone would ask me what I was reading, I would say: "Well, it's a Christian suspense/mystery/romance." All those elements are in there, yes, but you can't have one without the other.

Let's talk about the thing I didn't like. And that is: details. Honestly, I think this book could be fifty to a hundred pages longer and be better for it. We're not told what some characters even look like, which made it hard to remember who is who at times. I get that there are a lot of minor characters in this book, but there can be minor characters that we at least remember. Rita and Sam, for instance, were in much of the book, but since I can't picture them in my mind or remember a certain scene where they made a serious impression, I'll probably forget them in a month. Maybe that's okay and maybe I'm just being picky, but it wasn't just the characters that were missing fine details. The story also had some small threads that could have been touched on later. There's one in particular that I have in mind when I say this that would have made me laugh, but for the sake of spoilers, I won't say any more.

Overall, I loved this book because it's by one of my favorite authors, but if asked my unbiased opinion, I would say that this book lacks the polish that it could have. It's a good book, but not quite an amazing one. I hope that it gets to be amazing before its release.
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LibraryThing member JoyAnne
Dee Henderson is back with another great suspense novel, it's been 5 years since her last book. She has brought back beloved characters from previous books which is nice. I loved her O'Malley series and though I didn't enjoy this book as much it is still a good read.

Paul is working a serial killer
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case and is amazed at the info Ann gives him. Who is this woman that has a former VP and military officials as friends? As the answers are about to be exposed Ann wonders if Paul will be able to protect her?

Action packed, good characters, romance, and am electrifying conclusion. I give it 4 out of 5 stars.

I won this book through LibraryThing, my opinions are my own.
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LibraryThing member ashleywintters
This book was an ok Christian Fiction book. Paul Falcon is an FBI agent who has been working a case for years when Ann Silver walks into his life. She passes off a case to him and catches his attention. He determines to get to know her and both personally and professionally she surprises him at
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every turn.
Let me start off by saying I'm a hardcore Dee Henderson fan and absolutely couldn't wait for this book to come out. I enjoyed the twists the storyline took and the mystery underneath. The characters and their interactions were what I had issues with. This writing wasn't what I have come to expect after the O'Malley series and her other works. The romance really wasn't there either, it was more compatibility and determination. I will buy her next book, no matter what my feelings on this one, and just hope that old 'flare' comes back to her writing!!
This was a 3/5. Any Dee Henderson fan will want to read it but for me it just wasn't the same caliber as her other books.

Thank you to the author for the review copy of this book. I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.
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LibraryThing member rjmoren
This book was hard to put down. A very interesting read about an FBI agent and how he solves a 20 year old case that has eluded him for years. He is helped by Ann Silver, a very unique lady cop. The romance in the book between them had an unusual feel to it for me, but it worked. I loved the
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mystery of the case and how it was solved. Very enjoyable read!
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LibraryThing member keeneam
I found this book to be a bit confusing with lots of information overlapping. I did enjoy the romance, and that it took time to develop, unlike some romance novels. I enjoyed her connections of other books, and found Paul to be a great hero, although I did feel the characters were not as deep as
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they could have been. Overall, it was okay and had a satisfying ending.
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LibraryThing member love2readnovels
Ann Silver is a woman who wears many hats. She's a cop, a Midwest Homicide Investigator (MHI), a pilot, a writer and even dabbles in oil painting. When an accident she investigates contains information that might be important to the FBI, she delivers the case to Paul Falcon. Paul Falcon is the
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FBI's finest and when Ann lays this case in his lap, he is totally intrigued by her. Never has he been so taken with a woman before. He's amazed by her group of friends which range from the VP to U.S. Marshals, military, spies, secret service. Some she knows are Paul's family and his closest friends. But she's very quiet about it. Trust comes hard for Ann and she harbors lots of secrets. As Ann and Paul work together, he begins to realize just how complex Ann really is. Ann begins to understand she just might be able to trust Paul completely. Can their relationship withstand the pressures of the job as well as some of Ann's secrets coming to light?

First let me start by saying it's good to have Dee Henderson back. This was a good story especially if you have read her O'Malley Series and the Uncommon Heroes Series. They are brought into this story and you have a chance to meet up with some of them again. I liked the aspect of Ann being the author of those stories. I don't think I've seen that done before. It was fun seeing how this story intertwines with both of those series. One thing this story was not, was an edge-of-the-seat type suspense. There was mystery and intrigue but it wasn't the typical cat and mouse routine. No one was in immediate danger. It was more of a police procedural type story that finds you walking through solving long-standing cold cases. I must admit in some parts, that became a bit too long for me. Throughout the story you witness the slow budding romance between Ann and Paul, although I felt like Paul did most of the giving. And who would not like Ann's dog Midnight? He totally won my heart! One part of the story that intrigued me was Ann's relationship with 'Lovely'. I loved how she described it. Who is Lovely? Read the story to find out. All I know is that that aspect of the story will stay with me for awhile. If you are a Dee Henderson fan you won't want to miss Full Disclosure.
Paperback: 432 pages
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (October 2, 2012)
ISBN-10: 0764210890
ISBN-13: 978-0764210891

*I received this complimentary copy from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.
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LibraryThing member jo2son
This was an excellent story! Henderson skillfully develops her characters while moving the plot along and the element of mystery kept my attention throughout the book. I received an advance reading copy which had obviously been well edited before it was published.
LibraryThing member yonitdm
I loved the intrigue, the mystery, the surprises and the character development in the story. It was impossible to not get invested in the main characters' relationship. I did find the handling of a couple of religious topics a bit heavy handed, but thankfully they were brief intrusions in an
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otherwise enjoyable story.
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LibraryThing member mnegranza
I am giving some leeway on this one because I've loved all of Dee Henderson's previous work. And I did love the suspense plot of this book. Unfortunately, the love story part of the book didn't work for me at all. The female lead (as were some of the smaller characters) was just too unbelievable,
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not fully fleshed out, and even rather unlikable. (By the end I was wanting to tell her to just stop whining and get over herself but I may be a little cold-hearted.)

That said, I DID enjoy this book. I found it really fun to see all the references to Ms. Henderson's previous works and the serial murder case the leads worked was fascinating and full of twists and turns. Give it a try!

(Thanks to Goodreads for the free advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review.)
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LibraryThing member WCallister
Amazing book that kept me guessing the whole way thru! The story was amazing and had so many twists and turns. Absolutely loved it!! It's one I will read again and again.
LibraryThing member Robin661
Full Disclosure
Dee Henderson
Book Summary: Ann Silver is a cop's cop. As the Midwest Homicide Investigator, she is called in to help local law enforcement on the worst of cases, looking for answers to murder. Hers is one of the region's most trusted investigative positions. Paul Falcon is the FBI's
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top murder cop in the Midwest. If the victim carried a federal badge or had a security clearance, odds are good Paul and his team see the case file or work the murder. Their lives intersect when Ann arrives to pass a case off her desk and onto his. A car wreck and a suspicious death offer a lead on a hired shooter he is tracking. Paul isn't expecting to meet someone, the kind that goes on the personal side of the ledger, but Ann Silver has his attention.
The better he gets to know her, the more Paul realizes her job barely scratches the surface of who she is. She knows spies and soldiers and U.S. Marshals, and has written books about them. She is friends with the former Vice President. People with good reason to be cautious about who they let into their lives deeply trust her. Paul wonders just what secrets Ann is keeping, until she shows him the John Doe Killer case file, and he starts to realize just who this lady he is falling in love with really is...
Book Review: I found this book to be a page turner of a storyline. The most interesting part was the continual tie in to the O’Malley series and the tweaking done to the names and the story lines was very cleaver it really blurred the lines between real story and book. I turned pages quickly for 2/3rd of the book than it seemed to stall for a while. I like the individual characters overall and thought that Paul and his family were fun and would like to hear more. Ann started out great was fun and lively. Than it seemed as this relationship grew she changed into a flat, unapproachable character that never quite came back to fun and lively. The image of marriage she presented and how it continued was uncompromising and unloving. Paul was great only that he allowed Ann to dictate the terms and accepted it was very weak. I often thought as I read this book how much of this was real for Dee Henderson and how much was pure imagination.
The mystery of the lady shooter was great for the most part. She was a tremendous enigma and seemed larger than life at times. I was bothered that these agents allowed so much to slip through their fingers. That seemed less likely and they did not seem as determined to catch her. As the story ended I found so many things left unanswered. That was disappointing and I would still like to know so many things. It seemed that the story just ended rather than tying up things up. I saw the twist that was coming and had been waiting for it about 2/3rd of the way into the book. Yet that too was frustrating because many details were left behind. Despite all things I will continue to read almost any book Dee Henderson writes. I think her gift is with series. I would enjoy more of the Falcon Family.
I would like to thank Library Thing and Bethany House for allowing me to read and review this book in return for a free copy and I was never asked to write a favorable review by anyone.
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LibraryThing member BrookeYvonne
I love Dee Henderson as an author. This book is about an FBI agent who is trying to solve a 20 year old case. He is assisted by a female cop. The book is not as action-packed as her typical books and has more romance in it. I'm not a huge romance fan - so could have done without...it was a little
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awkward as it was done through video chat...but it worked for the book. All in all good read - just not as a great as her other books.
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LibraryThing member macnoid
I enjoyed this book very much; enough suspense and twists and turns to make it interesting. While the long distance romance was interesting, it seemed a little flat, too.... I found the Ann Silvers character to be very interesting, lot of buildup and mystery about her character as Falcon learns
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alot about her from her friends. But I found it hard to reconcile this 'intriguing' person with the wishy washy indecisive person she became as their relationship evolved. It didn't seem to jive with all the buildup about Ann's unique character. I would recommend this book as a good read, good plot.
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LibraryThing member judyg54
This is another great story by Dee Henderson. It took you into the world of the Special Agents we have working for us and made you feel a part of the team. I especially liked how the author mentioned and tied into this story her "O'Malley Series". There was a mystery to this story that ran all the
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way through the book and never got closure till the very end. It had me guessing the whole way through, which I enjoyed.

Ann Silver is a homicide investigator who drops some new leads on a "cold case" into special agent Paul Falcon's lap. It is the best lead they have had on a serial killer murder case and the agents in charge take off with it and the story just builds from there. The relationship between Paul and Ann also takes off, but this isn't your typical romance relationship. It is a tightrope Paul must walk to win Ann over.

All in all, this was a great read. I didn't know how it was going to end, I enjoyed getting to know Paul and Ann and watch their relationship grow and I really enjoyed both Paul and Ann's relationship with "Lovely". Read the book and find out who "Lovely" is; you won't be disappointed!

A thank you goes to LibraryThing for sending me this Advanced Reader Copy for me to review!

Paperback: 473 pages
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers; 1 edition (October 2, 2012)
ISBN-10: 0764210890
ISBN-13: 978-0764210891
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 17 inches
Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
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LibraryThing member PatriciaW4
A storyteller tells a story about a storyteller.

In FULL DISCLOSURE, suspense author Dee Henderson weaves a richly satisfying tale that likens writing fiction to solving homicides. Fiction or murder, it's all in the telling of the story.

Rural cop and regional homicide investigator Ann Silver works
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the cases that puzzle local law enforcement. FBI Special Agent Paul Falcon leads the bureau’s Midwest homicide unit. When Ann hands off a case to Paul that seemingly touches a long sought serial killer investigation of his, they work together to solve the crimes. The more they work together, the more they learn about each other, and the more they know, the more their attraction for one another grows. But will identifying and capturing a serial killer bring them together or tear them apart?

Henderson seemingly blurs the lines between real life and fiction. A few tongue-in-cheek references to Ann’s life appear to come straight out of the author's own, like the fact that this heroine’s written fifteen previous books, including a series entitled The O'Malleys, same as Henderson. Since Silver's fiction is about friends near and dear, one wonders about the inspiration for Henderson's own O'Malleys. But a greater question begins to loom. How much of the real-life Henderson is in the fictional Ann Silver? This larger than life story question adds a particular deliciousness to an already pleasing tale and keeps the reader turning pages, hunting for real-life clues as much as for fictional ones.

Still, the suspense of chasing and capturing an elusive serial killer is story enough. Falcon is a man’s man, a bachelor ready to alter his life with a committed, long-term relationship. Silver, however, isn’t sure love and marriage are in the cards for her. Maybe it’s her job. Maybe she’s just not cut out for them. Maybe the secrets she holds are too much of an impediment for any man. Paul must use the same wiles he uses to catch a killer to draw and not repel Ann, who is no less hard to pin down.

FULL DISCLOSURE is a riveting read, filled with suspense and twists that no matter how well the reader guesses will still come laced with surprise, one of the year’s best tales of suspense.
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LibraryThing member froggykm
I really enjoyed this book. I really like Dee Henderson's style and characters that she creates. I enjoyed the characters in this book but I also enjoyed the different kind of cop book that this was. Most books where the main character(s) are cop(s) have a serial killer that they are trying to
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catch before they kill again or someone after them and are very suspenseful. This one was not one of those. These are two cops that have been cops for a while and have worked up the ladder and are portrayed more as what I would expect FBI and such who are not undercover typically do. There are some intense moments followed and preceded by lots of paperwork, waiting, thinking and analyzing. Now because of this it was a little slower reading than her usual books. But i still found it a good read.
The two main characters are trying to build a friendship and then a relationship amidst working in two different states and very demanding jobs. There was a lot they had to work through and issues they had to deal with while trying to learn each other and see if this was a relationship headed for marriage and that was nice to watch. I liked that she brought the O'Malley books into the storyline, that was nice ;)
I would recommend this if you were looking for something different with a solid romance story to it.
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Media reviews

This book was an ok Christian Fiction book. Paul Falcon is an FBI agent who has been working a case for years when Ann Silver walks into his life. She passes off a case to him and catches his attention. He determines to get to know her and both personally and professionally she surprises him at
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every turn. Let me start off by saying I'm a hardcore Dee Henderson fan and absolutely couldn't wait for this book to come out. I enjoyed the twists the storyline took and the mystery underneath. The characters and their interactions were what I had issues with. This writing wasn't what I have come to expect after the O'Malley series and her other works. The romance really wasn't there either, it was more compatibility and determination. I will buy her next book, no matter what my feelings on this one, and just hope that old 'flare' comes back to her writing!! This was a 3/5. Any Dee Henderson fan will want to read it but for me it just wasn't the same caliber as her other books. Thank you to the author for the review copy of this book. I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.
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