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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Revenge Served Cold-Review

Kathy Spence awakens in the middle of the night and finds herself in a living nightmare. Her husband has been run down and she is the primary suspect. With an eyewitness to the crime and proof that her car was the murder weapon, it appears to be an open and shut case. Terrified for her future, Kathy turns to amateur sleuth Anne Marshall for help. Believing in Kathy s innocence, Anne launches her own investigation, uncovering proof of a conspiracy that reaches from Kathy s past and threatens her own life. In a race against time, Anne must count on her close friends and even the ghost of her father to help her bring a killer to justice before it s too late

This was a cute book. The story line was interesting and the characters were well rounded. I will admit that my favorite character was the ghost of Anne's father. While I enjoyed the book there was one thing that really bothered me.  I figured out who the killer was right away. That really annoys me. When I read a mystery I want to try to figure out who did it. That is the fun part. It kind of ruins the story for me if I figure it out that soon.

I would recommend this book as a beach read. It is light, at times funny, sometimes harsh, but over all enjoyable. I could definitely see sitting on the beach with it. As long as you don't mind figuring out who the killer is right away;)

Til We Read Again,

I received an advance reader copy of this book from The Candace Group. No money was exchanged and my opinions are honest and true.


The1stdaughter said...

That is absolutely my number one pet peeve about a book. Unfortunately, I tend to have a pretty good knack for figuring out plot lines and it's always a treat to find a book that I can't. So, this one may not be making it to my reading pile, but great review nonetheless! Thank you so much!

Felicia S. said...

I am one of those people that like to figure it out before the characters do but not right away. It would bug me to know from the beginning, unless it is designed that way so you get duel POV's. A ghost huh? I love those kind of characters (crazy aunt, dead family member, ect), you know they ones that can (and possibly will) say anything and/or are great support to the main story!

Rae Reads said...

I'm actually planning on spending a lot of time at the beach this summer so maybe I will pick this one up sometime.

Thanks for the great review.

Juju at Tales of said...

Awesome review :)



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