Good second book to the series. Person narrating does well also, plan to listen to all the books in the series.
This is one of my favorite series. The characters are realistic, the story is well plotted and the pacing is always good. I have to say that this bo..Show More »
This is one of the best mysteries I have read in a long time. Like Jacobia I was stumped as to the identity of the villain. I loved the family dynam..Show More »
This is another addition to a great series. Jacobia is at her best in this latest installment. The subject matter was dark and complex. The book wa..Show More »
This is a well written story with great characters. Although I recommend reading the entire series in order, it is possible to read them out of order..Show More »
I was slightly let down but I think it's because I prefer it when the main characters aren't in the hot seat, so to speak. A good book but not her be..Show More »
I just couldn't get into this book for some reason and after several tries just went on to the next one. I have enjoyed this series very much but thi..Show More »
This was on the dark side of cozy. It still had the cozy feel that Sarah Graves created in Eastport Maine. But, the plot was dark with lots of twist..Show More »
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I have been an Audible listener for over 4 years, and this book ranks at the bottom of my selections from Audibile. I have read and listened to all of..Show More »
This is a great book. It started with action and kept it up through the entire book. This is the best in the series, so far.
I love this series and this entry was no different. Jake Tiptree is an independent woman who refuses to play damsel in distress. Once again she face..Show More »
Sarah Graves is one of my favorite mystery writers. While I admit that her books are a bit on the dark side of cozy, they are still cozy mysteries. ..Show More »