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  • Twisty New Adventure

    This new installment of the Josie Quinn books will not disappoint! The start of the novel finds Josie continuing to try to deal with the death of her beloved grandmother. She is feeling a lot of guilt and keeps playing the "What if?" game in terms of what she could have done differently which wouldn't have resulted in her grandmother's death. It turns out that her ability to play the "What if" game will be an integral part of solving the most recent slew of murders that are taking place in her town. The way the mystery unravels feels very different than in past novels but in a new and refreshing way that reflect where Josie is at emotionally. As usual, Lisa Regan has crafted an enjoyable mystery that will pull you into all the mayhem!!!

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  • Her Deadly Touch

    Her Deadly Touch (Lisa Regan) is the latest in the adventures of Josie Quinn. I confess I've read all of this series and each story leaves me wanting to know more about Ms Quinn. In Her Deadly Touch Josie is still dealing with a death in her personal life (no spoilers!) but it is a stand alone story. I want to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for an early copy to review.

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  • Gripping Read

    Lisa Regan takes you on a wild ride with Book 12 of the Josie Quinn series. Josie is still grieving but heading back to work . (Warning if you are grieving like I am, its a tough read but I learned a few things that will help me so don't miss out) After a fatal and tragic bus crash involving children a few years ago, suddenly some of the parents are being found murdered. There are so many secrets, so many lies . I could not figure out who the culprit was. The lights stayed on to finish the book, I love the team that goes in hand in hand with Josie and cant wait for the next book in the series. First in line, that will be me. Lisa Regan you outdid yourself with Her Deadly Touch.

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  • A vulnerable Josie

    I really like how this series has shown many sides of Josie. She’s been smart, tough, and resilient, but this outing she’s vulnerable after the death of her grandmother. I liked that we had a case focusing on grief when Josie is still grieving. That connection made the story stronger. The author makes the cases seem real. From the evidence, to the autopsy, to the witnesses and suspects. There is a great cast of characters in the book to make them feel authentic. And there is so much support for Josie as she tries to make her way back to her new normal. The author is always so good at disguising the murderer and it seems I never follow the clues to the correct suspect. Kudos for that because I usually know long before the end of a book. These books can be read as stand alone books, but I think because of the character development, they are more enjoyable in order.

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  • Great addition to series - can't wait for book 13

    Her Deadly Touch by Lisa Regan Detective Josie Quinn #12 Grief’s impact is not the same for everyone. This story deals with a number of people experiencing grief and how they are coping…or perhaps are not coping so very well…and one who has decided to kill rather than process through emotions in the normal way. Included in those grieving is Josie and four months has not chipped the ice away as she begins to work again. What I liked: * Josie: smart, complex, backstory told in previous books sounded horrific, twin, newlywed, first husband dead, detective, intriguing * Noah: Josie’s husband, police lieutenant, has suffered loss, loves and understands Josie, is there for Josie and the team, perfect for Josie. * Trout: dog of Josie and Noah – a good boy * The various members of the police team, getting to see them again, and watching them solve this case together. They are there for Josie and for one another. * The police procedural aspects of the story * The premise for the story – though sad – and how it played out * The writing * How the story was paced, and tidbits eked out * The secrets that came out – not nice but pertinent to the story * That the serial killer was eventually found and taken in * The new chief…may be growing on me * How Josie, toward the end, began to work through the loss of her grandmother * Knowing there is another book to look forward to What I didn’t like: * Who and what I was meant not to like * The loss of the lives of innocent children * The warped thinking and actions of the killer Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in the series? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars

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