Severed Trust (Book 4 of Men of the Texas Rangers Series)
by Margaret Daley
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Christian / Fiction / Suspense
Published by- Abingdon Press
Number of pages- 320
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback, listed price- $14.99, ISBN: 978-1-4267-6186-7
Severed Trust, by Margaret Daley, is Book Four of the Men of the Texas Rangers Series. In this book, Texas Ranger Ethan Stone is investigating the mysterious death of a high school student.
Sadie Thomson, a teacher at the high school, becomes involved with Ranger Stone and discovers that there is a lot of prescription drug abuse in the high school and the community. Ethan’s niece, Lexie, is drugged and now everyone thinks that she is a drug abuser. Then Lexie’s friend commits suicide. Lexie, Sadie, and Ethan are determined to find out what has happened. Will they be able to find out what happened? Will they be able to keep Lexie safe?
About the Author- Margaret Daley currently lives in Oklahoma. She has written more than sixty-five books and mentors other authors.
My Thoughts- I liked Severed Trust, by Margaret Daley, because it discussed a subject that many of us may not know a lot about, prescription drug abuse. I didn’t know a lot about drug abuse before I read the book. Now I realize how easy it is for everyone to have access to prescription drugs. People really need to keep track of their prescriptions, because other people can be taking them.
I enjoyed the characters in this novel. Sadie Thompson, Texas Ranger Ethan Stone, and Lexie Alexander were strong characters and dedicated to solving the mystery of the mysterious deaths of Jared Montgomery and Kelly Winston. There were also other strong characters, but they were the ones who had done the crimes.
I would recommend this book to both men and women. There is a lot to learn about prescription drug abuse and what may happen when teens abuse the drugs.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Severed Trust, by Margaret Daley, for free from Abingdon Press. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. All links were current when posted.