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    The Coven Murders

    We skipped the second installment within The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries and began reading the third one in the series, called The Coven Murders. Thinking only about the name of the book, you definitely get a feel for exactly what this book is about. Yes, there is a practicing coven in Sheehan's vicinity and murder is the IT game again. This story is a little darker and a bit more into a darker ritualistic practice, but it is a fascinating concept and O'Hare continues to draw readers into the series with the magnitude of his mysteries! Inspector Sheehan and his team have been through a lot, but when it comes to faith--this is one thing that they have yet to agree on. Everyone in the unit has seen their fair share of creepy and gruesome, but is it truly enough to believe in something that is other-worldly? Sheehan and his team are about to find out as they dive into a case of a twenty year old murder. Human bones outside of an old and ruined church are found, which appear to be that of a young female and the cause of death is later found to be one stab wound to the chest. There are certainly some warning flags that go off when Sheehan trifles through the remains of the church, but he dismisses them all and continues on his way. When they get a call of two new bodies with one stab wound each to the chest, they are cautious to link the two crime scenes together without solid evidence. The MO paints a clear picture that these murders are affiliated once more bodies turn up with the same stab wound, but in what way--that is the mystery! O'Hare has a superb story-line, filled with creativity, historical elements, and originality. The concepts and the plotting in The Coven Murders are fantastic and will leave the reader with the urge to dive into the next in the series. The pace is quick and steady from the beginning and carries through the entirety of the story. O'Hare provides an urgency to solve the case as sinister and unexplained happenings begin to shroud around the Inspector's unit. The scenes are vivid for the imagination and characters are credible. This is the third installment in the Inspector Sheehan Mysteries, but these can be read as standalones. With the exception of a few characters that are introduced in previous installments, the crime is totally new and do not warrant an absolute need for their backstory. If you are interested in mysteries, crime fiction, and police procedure, this may be a perfect fit. Fair warning, once you plunge into this novel, you may find yourself picking up the rest of the series soon after. A paperback copy of this book was provided to Turning Another Page by the author and in no way affects the honesty of this review. We provide a five-star rating for The Coven Murders by Brian O'Hare.

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