So it’s been awhile and I have really missed reading all the yummy books and blog reviews due to personal circumstances that are still being worked out. But it looks like it will be smoothed out very soon and I’ll be able to get caught back up with everyone. Yay!
Hidden Springs, Kentucky is just a little town with a laid back atmosphere. Dead bodies aren’t supposed to turn up on the courthouse steps. Dead bodies that are apparently the result of a murder are definitely not suppose to turn up on the courthouse doorsteps. That is not only rude but insane. Michael Keane has seen some sad things in his time with law enforcement. But a murder in his own hometown is not something he could have forseen. He is soon embroiled in a mystery that will lead him to discovery – in more ways than one.
I had high hopes for this book. And I really really tried to love it. But for some reason I just didn’t click. Not with the characters, not with the plot, not with the writing style, not with anything. It got to the point that I was just skimming pager after page hoping that it would end soon. Given that I have read and loved stories by this author I’m going to go with I was having an off day and give it a go another day. But for now I set this one to the side.
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