"Full Disclosure" by Dee Henderson is a novel about two over achievers who meet while solving crime. Falcon is an FBI agent in Chicago who is trying to solve an incredibly cold case about a murder-for-hire who has 30 murders under the belt. She's not likely to get caught unless she wants to. Ann is a cop Falcon meets and decides she is the wife he needs. Ann is describes by her friends to Falcon as a this deep, complex woman. In real life, she would be described as a little weird. Falcon and Ann not only are trying to solve the Lady Shooter, but they are also trying to solve the conspiracy of a former Vice President of the USA and his kidnapping cover up.
The edition I read is an unpublished manuscript dated May 2012 that I received this fall. It was released in October. I am assuming some of the discrepancies were fixed between the two. For instance, there are a couple wrinkles in time. An example would be that when Falcon, who is 39, was adopted at 9, the first thing his father gave him was a phone with all of his siblings programed in and the phone rang constantly. In 1983, no 9 year old had a cell phone, not even a rich one is Chicago. Maybe he got a house phone, but then why would it be ringing when they were all in the same house? There are also a lot of cases going on as well as a love story. The book flows evenly between the romance and the cases, intertwining the story lines. I really liked Falcon, but I thought Ann was a strange; I kept thinking she would wind up being one of the killers. Anyway, I liked the writing, liked the story lines, didn't like the damsel in distress. I received this book for review from www.facebook.com/deehendersonfulldisclosure.com courtesy of Bethany House.