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  • Excellent - Can't wait for book 5

    Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew Red Farlow Mysteries #4 Red Farlow Mysteries are thought provoking, twisted, complex, evocative, paint pictures and intense. They are a delight and I look forward to reading each and every one of them! This time people affiliated with the Wickham Art Center seem to be dropping like flies but…why? Red is called in to find out what is what and as a PI he might have better luck than the local police force since he is not constrained in quite the same way as they are. Will Red or the police be first to find the killer? They say murder has to do with means, motive and opportunity so…who will it be this time? What I liked: * Red: mature, grounded, steady, wise, has many contacts, knowledgeable from past work with Georgia Bureau of Investigation, a good friend, married to a good woman…like him. * The first-person narrative and the feeling of looking over Red’s shoulder as the story unfolds * The slow unfolding of the story as clues are revealed * That all of my senses were engaged * That Red was not invincible * The supporting characters and the parts they played * The way it all came together * The tidbits that made it “more” … so much information gleaned through the story that might not seem important but definitely played a part. * The pottery tie-in since I took a class in elementary school and college and enjoyed them both * Being reminded of previous cases/books in the series as Red mentioned bits of them * Reading through my reviews for the first three books and remembering why this series is one to revisit and reread in the future. * Finding out the “who, what, when, where and why” journalists are to note and also the “means, motive, and opportunity” that police look for – and that the person(s) involved in crime and murder were unearthed What I didn’t like: * The people I was meant not to like and the crimes they were involved in Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Definitely. Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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