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  • Another Incredible Thriller by Allison Brennan

    I love Allison Brennan's The Sorority Murder, it kept me on the edge of my seat and up many late nights reading. Allison Brennan as once again proven that she is an amazing storyteller. I loved all the new characters that she introduced. The Sorority Murder is about a college senior at Northern Arizona University, Lucas Vega, who is in search of clues into what happened to Candace Swain, after she left her sorority’s Spring Fling three years earlier and how she was associated with the disappearance of Adele Overton, the sister of his former high school girlfriend, Ashley For his senior capstone project Lucas creates a podcast, The Sorority Murder, retracing Candace’s final steps the last week of her life with the help of his friend, Lizzy Choi. I love how Allison Brennan incorporated the title of the book into the story. Lucas approaches alumnae and guest lecturer, Regan Merritt, a former US Marshall following a lecture that she gave for one of his classes. He asks Regan to be a guest on his next podcast. After listening to the first two podcasts Regan agrees to be a guest on his podcast. Regan has recently returned to Flagstaff after resigning from the US Marshalls following the murder of her ten-year-old son, Chase. Regan continues assists Lucas with the podcast and the cold case. Eventually, Lucas reveals to Regan how he is also looking into the disappearance of Adele and how Candace’s behavior changed once he brought up Adele, during one of their tutoring sessions. Neither Lucas nor Regan believes that Joseph Abernathy, a homeless man that Candace befriended at the local shelter was responsible for her death. A suspicious death by a drug overdose occurs to one of the last people seen talking to Candace. Another questionable medical emergency occurs to another member of the sorority who might have seen Candace the week between her disappearance and death. I love how they connect all the incidents together and hope to find the killer before he or she gets away and leaves Flagstaff. I love how Lucas and Regan are find the answers behind Candace’s death and how Lucas gets closure for the Overton family. I love how the missing pages of Candace’s journal are incorporated into the story, giving the reader insight into what was really happening in Candace’s life before her murder. Like all of Allison Brennan's, The Sorority Murder is filled with incredible characters, thrilling plot twists and unexpected turns of events. I really love everything about The Sorority Murder. Allison Brennan continues to amaze me with her writing and to deliver incredible thrillers.

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  • Cold Case!!

    A crime podcast that stirs up a hornets nest of trouble. This for me was a little slow on the start but after it gained momentum it took off like wildfire. I don’t know if this is gonna be a new series or just a standalone but I would definitely want to read more about this ex us marshal and her podcast buddy. “Everything in your life is a reflection of a choice you have made. If you want a different result, make a different choice.” Regan Merritt has a lot of past I would love to here more about. This just goes to show you how versatile a writer Ms. Brennon is. She always pulls you in and will not let go.

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  • 3 Stars

    3 Stars I had very high hopes for this book when I picked it up. A student at University of Arizona, decides to create a podcast of an unsolved murder, as his senior capstone project. A sorority sister that went missing for 9 days and was later found dead in a lake. I loved the premise : a cold case, a sorority and all of it's secrets, and a non-linear timeline. I found the characters intriguing, a former US Marshal, that's a woman. Super cool! The writing was a bit repetitive and drawn out. There were many complexities through out the story, but I felt as though they could have been brought about in a more succinct fashion. I also believe that some of the writing was clunky and needed to be edited a bit, but I read an advanced copy, so hopefully some of it is cleaned up prior to the final copy. A special thank you to NetGalley, Harlequin Trade Publishing, and Allison Brennan for providing me with an ARC.

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  • The Sorority Murder

    Loved it! I am hoping this is the start to a Regan Merritt series! Lucas Vega is a senior college student and needing to do his capstone and decided to do a podcast about a murder of a sorority student from three years ago that was never solved. He has had an interest in this case though never told anyone exactly what. When his advisor introduced him to Regan Merritt, a former US Marshall, she was not sure she was going to help him until she listened to his first two podcasts and was intrigued. After talking to him and with her dad, the former Sheriff of the county, Regan decided to be interviewed and to help Lucas. Over the next couple weeks they unravel the cold case and uncover another unsolved death that may have been the catalyst.

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  • Love the podcase angle

    I really enjoyed this book, the podcast angle really brought the story to life. I really loved following Lucas as he is trying to solve the murder of Candace Swain.. Three years ago Candace was last seen after leaving a sorority party, and found dead over a week later.. As Lucas and Regan begin their journey using the podcast to ask people for help solving this crime, secrets are uncovered, and some of the witnesses that come forward end up dead.. This podcast has uncovered so much more than they thought and it has put everyone who is involved in danger. The story was a more of a slowburn mystery at least in the beginning.. Once the big things begin to be revealed the pace really picks up.. Lucas and Regan really take their time building their case amd asking people questions to try and put all the puzzle pieces together. It really makes you feel like your apart of their investigation.. Im really hoping that this is the beginnin of a new series, I would love to see Regan with the help of her father solve some more cold cases!

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