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  • Who is killing all those brides?

    I really, really enjoyed The Wedding Crasher by Nikki Stern and was very happy this is the first in what I hope will be a long, satisfying series about Sam Tate. Stern is a master at telling a complicated story with multiple characters and plot lines across time and having it all make perfect sense and be easy to follow. There is enough detail about every character and event to fully engage you, and just enough left unsaid that you can’t wait for the next installment. Samantha Tate is the new sheriff in Pickett County, Tennessee. It’s Small Town, USA, but it’s not Mayberry. There’s an edge and history and hidden motivation. And someone is killing brides – The Wedding Crasher, five women across three states, the last two in Sam’s county. When yet another bride is found killed in Pickett County and Sam herself becomes a target it’s non-stop action and danger from then on. If a serial killer at large isn’t enough, we learn as the story unfolds that Sam isn’t a fan of brides or weddings and doesn’t believe in happily-ever-afters. She has no real friends, doesn’t play well with others, has horrible nightmares stemming from a terrible childhood tragedy and now doesn’t know who she can trust. The Wedding Crasher is full of fine writing, well-developed characters and a plot that is logical, smooth and pulls you along at a fast-pace. It’s suspenseful with depth that promises more to come. It’s a police procedural in many ways but also a compelling story of people and relationships and love and betrayal. The setting and atmosphere completely complement the story. The ending is perfect – you’ll never see the culprit coming, and there are enough clues to entice you into future books. I received a copy of The Wedding Crasher from the author in exchange for an honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recommend it. All opinions are my own.

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  • Great

    My first read by Nikki Stern, and I don't think it will be my last. The Wedding Crasher follows Sam, who has a past to deal with but is focusing on a string of brutal crimes with the help of her lead detective, Abdi Issen and FBI agent Terry Sloan. This is an immersive police procedural. From the beginning, we are taken on a crazy ride with Sam, and I would never call this novel slow. I was intrigued following the investigation of a serial killer, and there were a ton of twists and turns. I highly recommend checking this one out if you enjoy fast-paced, crime fiction, with well-written characters and overall entertaining plot. I'm looking forward to reading more from Nikki Stern. *I received a copy of this book as part of a blog tour with Partners In Crime Book Tours. All opinions are my own.*

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