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    Great addition to the series

    Her Final Confession by Lisa Regan is the 4th in the Detective Josie Quinn Series. Series Background (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books): Josie Quinn was made a rather reluctant interim Chief of Police in Denton, Pennsylvania after solving a large case which resulted in the kidnapping, torture and deaths of many young girls in the area. A number of the perpetrators were on the police force, including her ex, Ray, who died during the take-down. Josie took his death hard. She re-built the force, and has been re-building her life. She has recently discovered she was kidnapped as a child, has a twin sister, and a whole new family. My Synopsis: Josie is finally back where she belongs. She’s a detective again, after giving up her title of Chief of Police. Mind you, her co-workers still call her boss, and the new Chief is not her biggest fan, but she just wants to do her job. She has been seeing Detective Noah Fraley, and that is starting to show promise. Her new family is taking up a lot of her time. When a young man turns up dead outside of Detective Gretchen Palmer’s house, and Gretchen is missing, Josie is hot on the trail. Even though everything points to Gretchen killing the man and then running, Josie doesn’t believe it. She had hired Gretchen, and she considers her a friend. She doesn’t believe Gretchen would commit this murder. As Josie investigates further, she discovers there is a lot about Gretchen’s past that she didn’t know. Nothing could surprise her more when Gretchen turns herself in and confesses to the crime. But Josie is still not sure. There had to be someone else involved, and Gretchen is definitely hiding something. From biker gangs, to a serial murderer, to her friend’s stunning reveal, Josie has a lot to figure out in a limited amount of time. My Opinions: This is a really good series, where the characters get deeper with each book. For those that know me, you realize I am not a romance reader, but the Josie/Noah team seems to work seamlessly, and their romance is not overpowering. Regan’s dialog and descriptions seem real, and the overall writing is clear. The plot is interesting and the twists good. The pace is fast – it was a really fast read. Note that you could read this as a stand-alone novel, but reading the whole series in order brings you so much more information, that I would definitely read them all. Already looking forward to the next one!
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    All about Gretchen

    This book tells us Detective Palmer's story (just as book 3 told us Detective Quinn's). Whose story is more horrific? Read this book to find out. Although this book can stand on its own, I recommend reading the series in order.
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    Her Final Confession

    Brilliant Josie Quinn book. As usual you cannot put the book down and are hooked to the very end. I Love Lisa Regan's books
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    Her final confession

    I couldn't put this book down it was just fab. Couldn't wait to find out how Jose solved crime. Recommend book to all.
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    Addictive

    Her Final Confession (A Josie Quinn Mystery) by Lisa Regan was quite the addictive book (as described). Josie Quinn is a strong lead female character, and I enjoyed the interactions between her and the other characters. Their dialogue and interactions were believable. The book even has the typical higher-up that clashes with Josie and Chitwood fit the bill perfectly for being a difficult adversary. There were parts in the story where I felt I missed some backstory regarding the characters in having not read all of the previous books, but the author did a good job in giving just enough information to understand the plot. The story toward the end was a bit hard to follow, but overall Her Final Confession was a page-turning mystery, and the book was hard to put down and kept my interest throughout. I like Lisa Regan's writing style and the pace of this storyline.
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