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  • Mystery Thriller

    Cold cases are never easy to solve but Max Revere has a television show that seeks answers then shares them with the world. When she is contacted by snail mail to come to West Coast California to find out who killed Ivy Lake she had no idea what would happen or what she would find or the impact it would have. There is a cast of characters that range in age from kindergarten to senior citizen populating this book. Ivy, though young, had many who might prefer her dead due to her cyberbullying. Max interviews numerous teens, a reporter, parents of teens, police and others while research is done by many to find out what might have been missed earlier by the police. In addition to Ivy’s murder to be solved there is another murder that takes place, an attempted murder or two, stalking, some family drama and a bit of romance. Max seems to be a work in progress. She is gruff, direct, abrupt, painfully honest, and focused though often lacking in diplomacy and people skills. There is mention of her past and perhaps more of it is mentioned in previous books of this series. I hope she will get counselling and find out what is keeping her from the sleep she needs and will also find the comfort and friendship she seems to need. That said, it is not necessary to read books one and two to enjoy and totally understand this book. This novel was action-packed, at times intense, included psychological issues, dealt with bullying and focused on family and how important strong family ties can be – and how damaging family can also be. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press Minotaur Books for the copy of this book to read for an honest review.

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    This was a very well written and intriging story. It will capture you from the first page right To the last page. Will keep you guessing right to the end. Excellent cast of very interesting characters both young and middle aged.

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  • Poisonous

    This bookept me coming back to learn more, the clues were provifed to the reader to folow the trail along with the investigator, although the reader gets a surprize when all is revealed. The stry draws you through until the end.

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  • POISIONOUS - Very addictive

    As soon as I started reading, Brennan had me. Her characters were so believable and lovable. The story flowed so easily but I was shocked at finding out who the perpetrator was. I cried at the family dynamics. Can't wait to read the next chapter of Max Revere.

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  • Poisonous

    Great book, reads well and fast paced. The characters are really interesting. I'm going to go back and see if there are other books in a series. The story is about bullying which is a hot topic now. Provides a lot of insight.

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