L. J. Sellers’s first pages in Secrets to Die For (A Detective Jackson Mystery) pulled me right into the world of a child support advocate’s dangerous dealing with a drug addict. I started reading the first page and before I realized it I was on the next chapter. The advocate Raina was assigned to Josh, an eight-year old who had been in state custody. His parents had a double wide where Raina went to check up on Josh but the father, Bruce, refused to let her see Josh, and threatened he would kill her if she reported anything. Raina manages to get to her car and speed away only to get a flat tire, her attacker yanks her out of her car, she’s in grave trouble! Then I read the title again, Secrets to Die For.