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    A stunning debut

    Well this book was a surprise that I was not expecting and nothing like I have read before. Every Time He Dies is a gripping read that keeps you glued to the pages. It is easy to get caught up in the mystery and at times I found it hard to tear myself away from it. Tara has created an intriguing and refreshing plot, that incorporates a crime with the paranormal. An interesting mix but one that works extremely well together. Set in Brisbane Australia, The story is told from the perspective of Daphne (Daff) Lawerence and her estranged father Detective Sergeant Jon Lawrence, which is told through alternating chapters as each try to solve their own mysteries until they become entwined. I am being really vague on the plot intentionally as I really don’t want to talk any more on it as I think the blurb tells more than enough and it is one best to discover its uniqueness on your own as it unfolds. The characters are all very well developed and are beautifully written. They are not without faults but I just think that this adds to the charm of them. I could really resonate with Daff and I enjoyed her character the most. From her grief of losing her fiancée and mother and really just trying to put one foot in front of the other to keep going, I felt so much sympathy for her. I also loved Jon. He is a complex man living with regrets, but is a good man underneath the surface. Liam “the ghost” was also a great character as he tries with Daff’s help to piece together the mystery of his death so he can move on. Tara’s writing style is very unique. It is emotive, engaging and descriptive, though not over done to slow the story down. Tara was able to capture my attention right from the start and make me feel that I was also part of the story. I also liked that the story was not just on a crime but is also added with mystery, suspense, family relationships, some romance and humor which was a nice balance. Every Time He Dies is a stunning debut. It is well researched, compelling and with a thought provoking plot which I throughly enjoyed. I can’t wait to see what Tara comes up with for her next novel. It was an absolute pleasure to be able to read and review Every Time He Dies, which I highly recommend. Thank-you to Tara East for reaching out to me and offering me the opportunity to review Every Time He Dies and for providing me with an advanced copy which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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