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  • Thrilling Page-Turner Mystery

    Travels of Quinn are the first book in Sasscer Hill’s Quinn O’Neill series. The author takes readers on a thrilling ride as a young woman finds herself on the wrong side of the law after a heist that doesn’t go as planned. Quinn has been running scams with her da for a while now, but it seems that the luck of the gypsy is about to run out and the long arm of the law is going to reach out and grab her. Travels of Quinn is the first book that I have read by Sasscer Hill and the author did a great job hooking me into the story and having me page-turn to the end. I couldn’t get enough of this book and Quinn’s story. I like that Quinn is different from her family. She gets a thrill out of accomplishing most jobs that she takes on, but the author quickly shows that this last job…Quinn has a prick of conscious. Home life isn’t that great either. The author gives me two characters that I immediately despise. They are essentially the perfect villains, but there is more than meets the eye with this book. I’ll admit that there were some moments of where I got a bit annoyed with Quinn because she seemed too naïve despite being a con-artist/thief. You’d think that she would have shed that with the way that she had to work a scam in order to come out the winner. She has moments of seeming like a weak character, but taking a step back I saw that it was just the author’s way of making the character come to life more and be more relatable to the situation. This story is truly fascinating and the twists that the author writes in kept me eager for more. I loved the unexpected moments, but then I was disappointed that Quinn let’s her guard down after the many red flags waving in her face. I will say this – I am looking forward to Quinn’s next story as she is determined to find her mother and get answers. I am rating this book 5 out of 5 stars. This murder mystery thriller is a great story that will leave you craving more as Quinn finds herself in one predicament after another. The storyline is well done and hard to put down. Get ready for thrills, questions, deceptions, and murder.

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  • Sasscer Hill’s Travels of Quinn

    Quinn O’Neill is an Irish Traveler. She resides in Tinker Town, Georgia with her Da, stepmother and step brother. She works with her Da pulling scams and cons. She is betrothed to a man per family arrangement who she doesn’t love. Tinker, con artist, talented in scamming then she gets caught in the theft. The results....she lands her in jail until she is sent to work on a rich woman’s horse farm. There she meets three other rescued criminals. One whom she get fond of quickly....but can she trust him. Her issues of trust began with a mother who left her, a stepmother and stepbrother out to defame her. Then a murder occurs. Off to jail she goes. Can she trust her lawyer??? Can she discover the real culprit?? A accident occurs setting Quinn free. Will she be able to prove her innocence?? Or will her adversaries succeed in defaming her. A fast paced, well written, suspenseful plotted murder mystery. The characters are colorful, vivid, well defined, quirky, some are full of deceit, hatred, full of greed while other full of compassion. Description will put the reader right there in the midst of Quinn’s travels with her Da, when she get caught stealing, in jail and on the horse farm. The reader will meet the horses who will seem so real. This is a fantastic read! I highly recommend the book and look forward to the next book about Quinn. I volunteered to read Travels of Quinn. Thanks to the Cozy Review Crew for the opportunity. My opinion is voluntary and my own.

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