L.C. Wright

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Book Review by E-Thriller

Review by Jane Brown 

 

The first few pages made me think no, too gruesome to read, but I thought the better and continued and changed my thoughts to ‘this is going to be a great read.’ This was a fantastic read.

The author has a great style of writing, can weave a plot and have the reader so enthralled they have no idea where the time went. The reader cannot put this book down it is simply a page turner.

The author has created a great woman cop – Tristan Badger, who is not quite as she seems with mystery, a little romance and a local Indian theme within the Carmel Valley, California. The descriptions of the area were both interesting and accurate as the author lives in the area.

This encapsulates evil from the villains and killers and will appeal to Patricia Cornwall fans, but also Kate Mosse fans who will enjoy the shared geography of the two worlds and the local Indian history which intertwines this crime story.

There is a hint at the very end that there may be more to come from this author and the protagonist cop Tristan Badger.

I would encourage readers of crime out there to seek this author out.

Rating: Fantastic Read

Where To Buy:

Click here for Amazon USA

Click here for Amazon UK

 

 

5 Comments

  1. Its good Lannie.. Best of luck for next as well

  2. Thanks Amna. Connections was fun book to write.

  3. Great success to you, Lanny. I’ll give The Devil’s Door a read

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