I read Kristen Heitzmann’s novel, Indivisible, for a blog tour. This posting is a little bit late for the tour, so my apologies for that.
Summary: Jonah Westfall is the Chief of Police of Redford, Colorado, a relatively quiet town, until the gruesome discovery of a pair of mutilated raccoons. As he tries to find the perpetrator of this crime before it escalates to possibly human targets, he is also forced to deal with his sobriety and an unsettled relationship with a childhood friend, Tia Manning.
My thoughts: While reading this book, there were so many character secrets and things buried in the past, that I thought maybe this was a sequel and I had missed the first in the series. Things were eventually explained, but I thought that maybe there were a few too many mysteries to fully understand the story while reading it. On the plus side, the characters were interesting and complex and I did want to finish the book to see what happened to them.
Overall, it was a worthwhile read, and if you like a lot of surprises in your books, you would really enjoy this.
My Rating: 3/5