B.J. Daniels’ ‘Hard Rain’ Is Criminally Addictive [REVIEW]


In B.J. Daniels’ Hard Rain, the author proves it is hard to keep family secrets buried when bodies won’t stay in the ground. Our reviewer calls this book “criminally addictive.” Read it for yourself to find out why.

Jathan & Heather

Cowboy with saddle A gruesome discovery dredges up a scandal that threatens to destroy two families in B. J. Daniels’ Hard Rain.
(Photo courtesy HQN Books)

When a young woman’s father runs for president, her entire world comes under scrutiny and secrets that threaten her family’s future just won’t stay buried. Will she be able to get to the truth before it is too late? The drama and suspense unfold beneath Montana’s big sky country in B.J. Daniels’ Hard Rain.

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