Book review

This is a fantastic murder mystery. I never expected to have so much of humor content along with a tremendous amount of thrill to keep the adrenaline pumping and a super duper unexpected twist that blew me away completely. Wow! Author Emily James has done a wonderful job. I love it.

Defense Attorney Nicole Fitzhenry-Dawes is on her way to the quaint town of Fair Haven to attend the funeral of her uncle Stan despite the objections from her parents. On her way, she has a minor mishap after trying to avoid colliding with a truck and gets her car damaged. The truck owner, Mark, offers to help her.

She is about to meet the director of Cavanaugh Funeral Home, Grant, to make arrangements for Stan’s funeral and meets his twin Mark, who helped her get the car towed to the mechanic.

She learns that her Uncle Stan died of overdosing on alcohol. Nicole smells something fishy and decides to get the case re-opened for investigation. Mark finds her arguments valid and call upon Police Chief Carl Wilson. She finds some clues that support her theory of her uncle getting murdered.

Mark introduces Nicole aka Nikki to Russ, her Uncle’s business manager at Sugarwoods, at the funeral, where she also meets the Police Chief Wilson and his wife, Fay. She’s treading on a dangerous path, questioning possible suspects and checking out their alibis.

Someone wants her dead!Β  Will Nicole escape unharmed? The climax is soooo amazing. This book leaves you completely glued to your seat until you finish reading it. Highly irresistible to put down and definitely recommend it for reading if you are looking for a complete entertainment.

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  1. Wow, sounds like an ongoing page turner Aparna, and an enjoyable read. Thanks so much for sharing your good read with us my dear! πŸ“•πŸ§πŸ“—πŸ˜πŸ“™


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