Detective Caleb Forest has just been assigned his first case as lead detective in a murder.
He’s also been assigned to teach the ropes of detecting to a romance novelist, Miss Destiny Knox. This tag-along comes with a zany giggle and stilettos that would put a hooker to shame. She’s much too attractive to wander the confines of a police station, inhabited as it is by men with less than stellar appetites. How does he solve a murder when he spends more time explaining his delectable sidekick than he does detecting?
To make matters worse, his new partner-in-crime isn’t looked on with much favor by his almost-girlfriend, Dr. Laurel Blake, head of the forensics lab.
The investigation goes from bad to worse when Destiny is identified as the murder victim’s mysterious visitor. What was Destiny doing with the victim just hours before the murder? Why has she demanded to speak with Laurel before she’ll answer questions?
Now Caleb has two suspects, and both of them are women he’d rather date than arrest.
The evidence is piling up faster than he can process it. Someone is pulling his strings, someone UNSEEN.
UNSEEN is a Christian mystery of approximately 170 print pages.
Read the first chapter here.
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great read by Felicia Mires, March 28, 2014
By Susan Stinnett “aka Scarlett” – This review is from: UNSEEN (Kindle Edition)
What more would you want than a little suspense and romance? Well, you get even more with this book. The characters were just like our friends and family. Very believable and some were a little quirky. The murder was also unlike any I have encountered. I loved that it was a clean book and the characters openly shared their faith. I haven’t read anything by the Author that I haven’t thoroughly enjoyed.
5.0 out of 5 stars This murder mystery was DEAD on! January 14, 2014
By SAmos “steve_amos” – This review is from: UNSEEN (Kindle Edition) (Sheena)
I love reading romance novels and there isn’t anything better than one with a murder/mystery plot. But the only ones I used to read were always too explicit. After being personally convicted that I needed to fill my mind with cleaner reading material, the thrill of an entertaining “Who done it” was missing, until now! In the dedication of Unseen, Felicia Mires states she accepted a challenge from a family member to write this book, and she has not disappointed.
In Unseen, new Homicide Detective Caleb Forest has a mystery to solve, who killed Penny Weathers? Of all the suspects, he is dating one of them and another is riding shotgun on this case to gather information for her next novel. The relationship that Destiny, the novelist, has with God shows that God is her strength when everything goes haywire. Laurel, his almost girlfriend, is the girl with a silent faith and the forensic knowledge to solve any crime. Caleb is the good guy that you want to root for, although he is new at his job, he is good at it. I found myself wanting him to catch the killer and the girl. Because of reading so many books from this genre, my mind kept looking to see who the real murderer was. This book has a few twists that kept me guessing and completely engrossed.
I have longed for a book that included clean romance, a great mystery, and a love for Christ. This book met all those points and it isn’t preachy about it. Which lady will help Caleb identify the murderer and find a relationship with Christ? It’s all a mystery that kept me awake to see “Who done it!”