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    Murder in Thistlecross by Amy R. Reade Malice #3 A castle manager A guest gone missing A murder then a few more Who’s doing the killing and why? Eilidh moved to Wales from Scotland about two years before this story begins and has been working as the estate manager for Annabel. Annabel’s sons are coming to visit and a happy family reunion is doubtful after the childhood they experienced on the estate. When Andreas goes missing the situation becomes iffy and becomes more so as the story unfolds. Eilidh’s cousin comes to visit, two men put moves on Eilidh, drug dealing crops up, jealousy and hate are exposed and well…for so much going on it was still a rather sweet and tame story with a HEA for Eilidh with one of the men who showed interest in her. It was an okay read but did not have me on the edge of my seat. It had an “old time” feel to it with more telling than showing. There were one or two twists I did not see coming but otherwise the story was rather predictable. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books – Lyrical Press – Underground. This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Gothic mystery

    3.5 stars Murder in Thistlecross has a gothic feel to it, complete with a fifteenth century castle. The story opens with a bit of the sinister, and from there, it is told from the perspective of Eilidh, estate manager/personal assistant. The pacing slowed down after that first disturbing scene and the reader is introduced to the various characters. While that pacing is too slow for me to consider it a thriller, it certainly has plenty of mystery as people start dying by causes that are anything but natural. The one thing that irked me in this mystery was the complete lack of finger-pointing by most of the characters about the killer's identity, especially our main character. Other than that, the book does make for an entertaining read with some mystery and a bit of romance - great for a lazy afternoon.

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