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And I thought
A good read. I was kept interested from page one all the way to pg. 270.
I enjoyed the ride as Eddie follows clues, stumbles onto dead people, stalkers and . . .
mysteries clues that point back to her. Leaving her ex Detective Chance Parker scratching his head as he struggles to 'play by the book' while dealing with Eddie's penchant for 'keeping a few secrets'.
Along for the journey is Eddie's eccentric mother 'Chava' and Eddie's dog Franklin who is one big boy! A cross between an Irish Wolf Hound and a Tibetan Mastiff who is happy to follow along with Eddie as she investigates leads.
As Eddie tries to discover what her friend Dakota is hiding and how the accidental death of a high school friend plays into the present she is bombarded with the clues old high school photo's and Eddie's business cards are left for the police to find and question Eddie's involvement.
There are a lot of characters in the story which might make it a struggle to keep up with what is going on but the author does
and great job of weaving details and people together making a
'Who Dun It' that mystery lovers will want to read!
I enjoyed reading
Two Heads Are Deader Than One and I look forward to
reading book one One Dead, Two to Go.
I appreciated that the author provided a note:
The Silenced Victims
I received a complimentary copy from Great Escapes Tours
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