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    Captivating & Engaging

    I loved this hugely suspenseful and engrossing thriller! The author, Patricia MacDonald's descriptive writing and dialogue were lively and fast-paced, and the characters were well-drawn, highly defined and credible. In this multi-layered page-turner, there were many surprises and the exciting plot was greatly appreciated as, for me, it was executed with subtlety and skill. I loved that the story culminated in a chilling, exciting and very intense finale. The Girl in the Woods was a delightfully enthralling and captivating read that evoked feelings of frustration and determination needed to resolve the crime. A very highly recommended and worthwhile read! I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my own request, from Black Thorn via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.
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    Deathbed Confession

    Blair's sister is dying. Blair thinks she is prepared for anything ...but she's wrong. A gut-wrenching deathbed confession has Blair reliving a single night 15 years ago when her best friend, Molly, was brutally murdered and left in the woods. But the confession means that the man who has been in prison for this murder may actually be innocent .. and the real killer is still out there. This book reminded me of why I started reading this author many years ago. This is a well-written crime fiction .... the mystery itself is solid. There are no guns blazing, no high speed care chases, but the suspense is there all the same. The characters are finely drawn and memorable. Many thanks to the author / Black Thorn Books / Netgalley for the freely given digital copy of this crime fiction, read and reviewed voluntarily. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own.

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