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    Murder Mystery

    A Killing Secret by Robert E. Dunn Katrina Williams #4 Katarina is still dealing with the ghosts of her past but she is moving forward with her life and seems slightly more in control in this book than she was in the last one. I get her and really admire her ability to have survived all that she has and keep going. I am hoping this won’t be the end of the series! Sent out to follow up on a claim of the theft of timber leads Katarina to a fresh crime scene where she finds not only the loss of high end furniture grade trees but also the body of a young woman murdered and dumped there. Who killed Rose Sharon and why? Katarina calls in the situation and then begins to look for clues to who might have killed this beautiful young woman and why it happened. Needless to say, it is not enough to solve one murder mystery and find a timber thief...nope...Katarina ends up in quite a few volatile situations that see her bruised and battered as she follows leads hoping to find out more. She learns of a: protection racket, a timber theft ring, stalker, rapist...and more. She continues to deal with her past, hold herself apart and wants for things she seems afraid to verbalize. This is a complex, dark, gritty story that I could not put down once I began reading. I love the way the author draws all of the little and large pieces of the story together while building to the finale. I also enjoyed learning more about Missouri – the state my daughter and her husband live in. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Will I read more by this author? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Lyrical Underground for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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