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    Murder Mystery

    The Lies We Tell by Debra Webb The Undertaker’s Daughter #2 Not having read the prequel or book one in this series I do feel I might have been at a disadvantage. We know a serial killer is after her and there are secrets to be learned about the past. As I read I found out that Rowan once worked as a psychiatrist with the Nashville Police Department but left because of her inability to “see” that another psychiatrist was a serial killer. The killer is still on the lose and Rowan has gone back to Winchester to take up the family funeral business while sometimes helping out her buddy police chief Billy Brannigan. In this story there are several murders but whether or not they are related is unknown for most of the book. Two murders are solved but a few others are not. The FBI makesa an appearance, t here is a kidnapping and torture and a bone pile is found and a romance begins. We learn from a wise woman that both Rowan attracts death and that her mother did, too. Again, I did feel lost at times and felt there were some strange occurrences that were not explained. I have a feeling that the main psychiatrist serial killer may be a recurring theme in this series until he is caught and also feel other serial killers might pop up from time to time. Did I like this book? Not sure Would I read more in the series? Maybe Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin-Mira for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3 Stars
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    I can't wait for the next book in the series

    Debra Webb continues the intriguing series The Undertaker's Daughter's with this newest book, The Lies We Tell. Rowen knows that she is in the crosshairs of a serial killer. Julian Addington is out there watching...and waiting. She can feel his eyes on her even though there are no signs to where he might be. She also knows that he is somehow tied closer to her and her family than she ever knew and that much of her life has been a lie. But just how much, and what part of her sister's death and her mother's suicide did he play? These are all questions that keep Rowen, and the reader, on edge as the mystery deepens. When more bodies are added to the toll and a mysterious stranger shows up in her funeral home with her mother's name tattooed on his back, Rowen has to find out if there is another killer out there and if so, just how is he and the body in her morgue tied to all the mystery surrounding her. In each step of this book, the reader is pulled in deeper as the mysterious events surrounding Rowen and her life spiral down to a pinpoint focus on the evil that is waiting for her. After finishing this book all I could say is MORE! I am so intrigued by these characters and the events surrounding them that I can't wait for the next book in the series!
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    great series

    Thank you to Netgalley, the publisher and the author for the opportunity to read a complimentary copy of this book in return for a review based upon my honest opinion. This is the second book in the Undertaker's Daughter series; I did not read the first book and felt that while I now want to read the first book, I did not need to read it to enjoy this book, This could easily be read as a stand-alone right up until the cliff hanger ending which will leave you needing to read the next book to follow this multiple serial killer story-line. While I enjoyed the book, I felt that there were times where I felt like I was not sure what was going on and maybe this is where having read the previous book would have helped. I will say, I really enjoyed the characters and have already put the previous book and upcoming sequel in my TBR pile. This book finds Rowan Du Pont taking over the family business as undertaker after her father's murder, for which she feels responsible. Rowan has had a tragic life, her twin sister drowned when she was young, and her mother hanged herself 5 months later, it turns out her sister was murdered. As people around Rowan are not who them seem and more deaths take place, she wonders if she has brought all this death to her hometown or was it always been there and current events are bringing it to light? Lots of twists an action, but that ending, ugh. I hate/love a cliff hanger ending. I cannot wait to read how this series continues and see where Rowan and Billy's story takes us.
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