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Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2021
Ruth, Wren, Ed, Cassie - an excellent main cast in an excellent mystery. The story moves at a good pace to solve a decades old cold case and give closure to Ruth and Wren. I can hardly wait to dive into the next book!
If you enjoy a good mystery, you will love this book! This is book #2 of the Thistlewood series, and I am obsessed with this little town. A natural lover of mystery books, I was quickly drawn in to this series. I thought the first book was great, but now this one is my favorite! I've already ordered the other books in the series and can't wait to keep reading! Keep it up!
I picked up this series because of Caleb Amsel's 'As the Crow Flies'. After being fully engrossed in his writing, I was interested in seeing what he could do partnering up with another author. I wasn't disappointed! The Thistlewood Star Mysteries keep you itching for more and the suspense builds perfectly! Can't wait to see what Caleb comes up with next!
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2019
What a terrific read. Fast paced, action packed and underlying it all a lot of emotion. Guilt, love, remorse and anger. With the characters just gaining more colour and life to make the read really live. After the death of one of the favourite old teachers in town, the son holds an estate sale. She finds a box of four paintings with her name on them. Then comes a call that a car has been found in the nearby river. A car that she and her BFF know well. It was the pride and joy of a dear friend that vanished 30 years ago. Her parents maintained that she had run away from home but neither she nor her BFF really believed that. Not only that but the paintings seem to alluding to the fact that someone knew the car was there and that it had something to do with a violent crime. A suicide, a beating of one of the only minority kids in school, a car with a skeleton driver and a skeleton in the boot and falsehoods that are eating away at someone. Will she be able to find out what happened? Was it murder? How will it affect her BFF, her daughter and her beau? Why does she think of the bear as a guardian?