I connected well with the setting that parts of the story took place, which was in Atlanta, Georgia. I liked Jackie's character, how she tried to help her friend Ian even though he was in a lot of trouble; I felt like she was giving him a chance to prove to her whether he was guilty or not. One of the interesting parts of this book to me was when a message was trying to be decoded. This story showed me how easy it can be to accuse people publicly and destroy their character, even if they are innocent.
I followed this story pretty well at first. I got lost around the middle of the story; sometimes that happens to me with suspense novels. I started to follow it better again when the story started to close out.
No Place to Hide is the third book in the Hidden Identity series. From what I could tell, this can be read as a stand alone novel, even though it is part of a book series.
My Review = 4 out of 5 stars
I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.