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  • Absolutely brilliant writing

    Josie finally learns what happened to her mother, Has a hard time coming to terms with her past and her mothers treachery, this is a very dramatic and unputdownable book

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  • Great series

    Her Mother’s Grave by Lisa Regan is the 3rd in the Detective Josie Quinn series. Series Background: Josie Quinn was made a rather reluctant 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. Some of the perpetrators were on the police force, including her ex, Ray, who died during the take-down. Josie took his death hard. She has been re-building the police force, and re-building her life. My Synopsis: When the bones of a young woman are found in the woods beyond the trailer park where Josie grew up, it soon becomes evident that this case will become personal. They discover that the girl was a teenager when she died (about 30 years ago), had been in foster care, and was named Belinda Rose. Josie finds it too coincidental that her abusive mother, who she hasn’t seen since she was 14, was also named Belinda Rose. Meanwhile, Josie is being targeted with malicious pranks, and she feels the perpetrators may be friends of the local drug dealer that she has arrested. On the other hand, she does have other enemies. Her relationship with Detective Fraley is heating up, although she is desperate to stop it. Josie’s past comes back to haunt her throughout the book. Will she have to track down her mother to find the truth? A lot of secrets and lies will be uncovered that will change Josie’s life forever. My Opinions: I am really beginning to enjoy this series. This was a really good book, and the best in the series thus far! Alternating between Josie’s childhood, and the current case, the story sheds light on what has made Josie into the strong woman she is today. Her struggles with an abusive mother only made her more determined, and the love of her grandmother gave her strength and compassion. The story of her childhood was told very well. Although there had been foreshadowing in previous books about Trinity, I am glad the author found a way to bring her fully into Josie’s life. It’s a great storyline. Regan’s writing is crisp, and clear, and her plots always precise with at least one or two twists. This was a really fast read, because I didn’t want to put it down! Can’t wait for the next.

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  • Careful What You Dig UP

    MEGA BIG FAN of Lisa Regan's JOSIE QUINN!!! There is nothing that this book does not offer from suspense, crime, love, and characters that become a part of your life until the last page is read. This is the third in this series and would recommend reading these in order but if not pick this one up because I think it is fantastic. Quinn is the police chief who is called on to solve a murder that happened decades ago. But.. how she puts the pieces together to do this and finds the connections to renew her childhood horrors is nail biting. "A copy of this book was provided by Bookouture via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." Love the cover art. Thought this might be the last in this series but noted in Regan's website that it may continue. HOPE SO!!!

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  • Her mother's grave

    Great read couldn't put it down .. heartily recommend it . Cannot wait for the next book in the series.

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  • highly recommended

    This was good, really good. It had all a good thriller should have: mystery, suspense and a lot of crazy. A page turner, with short chapters alternating between present and Josie's childhood. And what a horrible childhood it was. A psychopath mother, who did all to destroy what little happiness her child might have. a must read, I highly recommend.

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