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  • Dead man’s watch

    The narrative of this story is a bit disjointed. It jumps perspectives and narrators seemingly without rhyme or reason. The titles of chapters do help you to follow along for the most part. The story is engrossing but the constant skips make it seem like you’re stuck in stop and go traffic. A smoother ride would be more enjoyable. Also I feel like there’s something I’m missing. The police chief and his detectives freely share information with Kate and CeCe two sisters and the main protagonists. I find this extremely odd. It’s both highly improbable as they’re civilians and seems like it would be against police policy to give out information on ongoing investigations. Yet oddly they treat these young women especially Kate with respect and deference. That being said the mystery is quite compelling. It seems open and shut and yet too perfect a solution at the same time. While the police focus in on the obvious Kate and her crew keep digging. Along the way there’s some accidents, a lot of misdirection and one very surprising ending. All in all a very worthwhile read. I highly recommend. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.

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  • Intriguing Cozy Mystery!

    What do you do if you believe that your friend has been wrongly accused of murder? If you're Kathryn Frasier, you set out to prove his innocence, and you do your best to solve the intricate puzzle of clues that surround the case. Dead Man's Watch allows readers to reconnect with Kathryn and her half-sister CeCe Goldman, as they diligently work to solve this case, and it gives these sisters a chance to deepen their recently discovered connection. Author Kay DiBianca throws in twists and turns, and many complicated clues, to make this a must-read for mystery lovers, and she uses Kathryn's ability to solve puzzles and CeCe's acting talents to help in solving the mystery. She also shares many mentions of faith and trust, and the profound reminder that "Saving one life is like saving the whole world." Dead Man's Watch is the second book in the "The Watch" Series and a watch is once again a part of the plot. Interesting characters and some light romance add to this book's appeal, making it a perfect read for all who enjoy cozy mysteries. I received a copy of this book from the author via Celebrate Lit. A positive review was never required. These are my own thoughts.

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