Patricia Amble has returned to a childhood locale in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in hopes of discovering clues into the secrets of her past as well as opening a new vista of opportunities as she pursues her interest in locating, redecorating and restoring historical residences.
"Kill Me If You Can" is the second in the Patricia Amble Mystery series. Award winning author, Nicole Young's descriptions of Michigan's natural beauty and locales are brilliant and provide an incredible back drop for her story of suspense, intrigue, mystery, and romance.
Because of her determination for independence, a sense of guilt, stubbornness, pride, sensitivity, vulnerability, and justice Tish often finds she is conflicted and as a result makes decisions which lead to possible risk and put her life in jeopardy.
The book is written as a first person narrative. Nicole has done a superb job of revealing Patricia's thoughts and emotions. The characters that surround Patricia are varied all believable, some despicable, others genuine. All are flawed people building lives and relationships. An element of self esteem, abuse, and healing is embedded in the plot to give substance and a message through the platform of fiction. Key characters are at various levels of understanding in their spiritual journey and as they express their concern for others the message of God's love and forgiveness is clearly presented.
Nicole builds a sustained interest through a constant development and escalation of the action in her complex plot. Her character interaction is strong and distinctive. Nicole Young's writing is compelling, compassionate, and inspirational. "Kill Me If You Can" touches the heart through action adventure, intrigue, and mystery.