My Rating: 4 Stars
Liss Ruskin is eager for the annual Moosetookalook Highland Games, but the excitement is quickly replaced with worry and fear. When a fire breaks out at the bookstore where, in the same building, Liss's friends and their children that live a floor above are put in grave danger. Things get even worse when no bodies are found. Liss attends the games in hopes of a distraction from her worries, but things keep going down hill when a gunshot is heard and body of loathed Jason Graye is found at his house. Are the crimes related?
I really enjoyed this book. The way it is writing and the great plot instigate curiosity and thrill. It definitely worth reading!
Thank you NetGalley, the publisher Kensington, and the author for allowing me to read and review a digital copy of this book.
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