The final book in the US Marshalls series by Lisa Harris, The Catch begins with a bang and the characters rarely have time to catch a breath before the last pages. I was caught holding my own breath a time or two as I read.

Although The Catch is enjoyable as a stand along novel, it is even better if one has already read the previous two books of the series. With more than enough action, danger, suspense, and surprises, this book should satisfy most action/suspense lovers. The characters come to life on the pages and a touch of romance and a underlying message of faith make the story shine.

I appreciated how the author managed to wrap up all the open threads from all three books into a satisfying and believable conclusion. I would definitely recommend The Catch as well as the entire series.

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book provided by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. A favorable review was not required. All views expressed are my own.


Everything hidden is eventually found

After a harrowing attempt on a judge’s life at the courthouse, Deputy US Marshals Madison James and Jonas Quinn are tasked with finding a missing woman and an endangered child in connection to the murder of the judge’s wife. What seems like a fairly straightforward case becomes hopelessly tangled when the marshals discover that the woman they are searching for is not who they think she is.

Madison and Jonas are forced into a race to find the woman and the child before the people who want her dead discover her location. And in a final showdown that could cost her everything, Madison will come face-to-face with the person who murdered her husband.



Lisa Harris is a USA Today bestselling author, a Christy Award winner, and the winner of the Best Inspirational Suspense Novel from Romantic Times for her novels Blood Covenant and Vendetta. The author of more than forty books, including The Escape, The ChaseThe Traitor’s Pawn, Vanishing PointA Secret to Die For, and Deadly Intentions, as well as The Nikki Boyd Files and the Southern Crimes series, Harris and her family have spent over 17 years living as missionaries in southern Africa. She is currently stateside in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Learn more at