Review: Social Death

Social Death
Social Death by Tatiana Boncompagni
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Murder, Intrigue and suspense are present in this book. What happens when the people you thought you could trust and had your back are not who you had thought they were your entire life? Clyde, yes a woman by the name of Clyde, finds her fast paced life working for the news media spin out of control while covering a story of a murder at the Haverford, a sixteen-floor tower and home to the power movers and shakers. What she finds changes her life forever. This mystery will hold your attention and lead you different directions trying to guess the conclusion.

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Review: Group, Photo, Grave

Group, Photo, Grave
Group, Photo, Grave by Joanna Campbell Slan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the second book I have read in the Kiki Lowenstein Mysteries and it won’t be my last. I love the quirky characters and the setting for this mystery. The author adds enough other interesting details and plot to keep a reader interested. I feel comfortable in the story and want to step into the scene and be a part of the friendships, the suspense and mystery. This book has fun and heart. The end left me saying “What!!” and looking to see if there were more pages to read instead of it being the end of this book.

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