Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson

What a privilege to get an early copy of Dee Henderson’s new novel, Full Disclosure! This is her first book back after more than five years. 


Full Disclosure ties most of Henderson’s other books to one lady, the main female character – Ann, who wrote those to tell her friends’ stories. Ann is a very private and likes to stay behind the scenes, yet well known and very respected in many circles, especially in law enforcement and government. FBI agent Paul is about to have much more on his plate because this unique woman walks into his building!


A few things stood out as I read Dee Henderson’s book… First, there is so much more to the story than what you read on the back of the book! Second, while it is an action book dealing with several areas of law enforcement, relationships are central in this novel. If you’ve read any of Henderson’s other books, you’ll have an idea of what I’m saying. However, I do think it is a stronger focus in this book, because of all the characteristics and issues of Ann and Paul.


So, sit back and enjoy the story. You will probably be able to figure out some of the curves she throws the reader, but not all of them, I promise!!


**Bethany House has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review.


On a personal note: Sorry that I’m a little late posting this, but life can get pretty hectic when you’re moving. 🙂

Plus we haven’t had internet for almost 2 weeks and it may not happen for a month or more. 😦

5 thoughts on “Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson

  1. Thanks so much for your great review!! I have just bought this book and am really looking forward to it. However I have read quite a few negative reviews with ratings as low as 2 and was getting cold feet about my decision. But your review helped get rid of those 🙂 I am a big fan of Dee’s and have been excited to read this book for quite some time. Thanks again- you gave me what I wanted to hear 🙂

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