Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Cover Story

I received a copy of THE COVER STORY by Deb Richardson-Moore from Lion Fiction via Kregel in exchange for an honest review.  It is a Branigan Powers Mystery.

I am a huge fan of mysteries because they keep me thinking.  9 out of 10 times I never guess who did it until it is revealed.  Yeah, I must be clueless like that.  Something I really like about contemporary mysteries is how unique they are.  Older mysteries all tend to feel the same.  The market must be more competitive now.

THE COVER STORY is certainly unique.  I found it interesting that it dove into the College Greek scene.  I haven’t read any books about that before.  This mystery keeps you going without letting you pause for a breath.  If you start this, bear in mind that you’ll probably end up reading it in one sitting.  A nice aspect is that the story ties up in a bow.  It doesn’t abandon you with a cliffhanger. 

You can read this without being familiar with THE CANTELOPE THIEF, but if you do read that book first, it will make this one mean more. 

Please note that this is a Christian Mystery.  I enjoyed it for the fact that I knew going into it that it would be clean.

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