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    Small Town Secrets...and big time deception

    Megan and Michael's stay at a secluded resort is anything but relaxing. When a dead body is discovered in the embers of a burnt out shed, there are more questions than answers. Their efforts to uncover the truth are stymied in a town full of secrets, but one thing is clear: they just might be next!
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    Fast, Light Mystery

    My Review: 4/5 This is the fourth book in the Michael/Megan crime series. Even though it is part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone. This is a good thing since I haven’t read any of the previous books. However, after reading Dark Deeds I will now be reading the other three (False Impressions, Fatal Whispers, and Icy Silence). Michael is an investigative reporter and his assistant/girlfriend, Megan, is a ghost-writer. Together they dive deep into the mystery of a fire and dead body happening in a small town in Canada at their friend’s resort. The chemistry and dynamic between Michael and Megan works. I loved both of their characters. Michael is the one that is willing to take risks, while Megan is often the voice of reason. I loved how they often knew what the other was thinking. These insights often led them to clues in solving the case. While this book is categorized as a Mystery/Thriller, I found it to be relatively light-hearted, and not as dark as most thrillers I read. This is a good thing! In spite of the easiness of the story, it was still a mystery and I kept analyzing every character in trying to figure out who did it. It was a very fast, easy read and one that I finished in two days. If you love mysteries, yet want a change of pace from the typical violent, dark reads, I definitely recommend this book!

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