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Introducing LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s debut novel, and the first in the gripping Maggie Blackthorne series. Fans of Sheriff Walt Longmire will fall in love with Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne, the spirited protagonist with a tragic past and an acid wit. When Maggie Blackthorne returns to her hometown after nearly twenty years to serve as an Oregon State Police Sergeant, she exp Introducing LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s debut novel, and the first in the gripping Maggie Blackthorne series. Fans of Sheriff Walt Longmire will fall in love with Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne, the spirited protagonist with a tragic past and an acid wit. When Maggie Blackthorne returns to her hometown after nearly twenty years to serve as an Oregon State Police Sergeant, she expects to deal with the usual suspects — drunk drivers, oxy slingers, and the occasional rural scofflaw. But after she stumbles upon the bullet-ridden bodies of twin brothers, she realizes she’s stepped into something much more sinister. With little homicide experience, Maggie and her partner, Trooper Hollis Jones, find themselves thrust into a murder investigation. And when a third man turns up dead, the pair fears it’s only a matter of time before the killer strikes again. As they race to piece together what happened, Maggie and Hollis discover a tangled web of theft, deceit and deals gone bad. Faced with multiple motives and several persons of interest, Maggie and Hollis finally catch a break — but are they willing to risk everything to put the murderer behind bars?


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Introducing LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s debut novel, and the first in the gripping Maggie Blackthorne series. Fans of Sheriff Walt Longmire will fall in love with Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne, the spirited protagonist with a tragic past and an acid wit. When Maggie Blackthorne returns to her hometown after nearly twenty years to serve as an Oregon State Police Sergeant, she exp Introducing LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s debut novel, and the first in the gripping Maggie Blackthorne series. Fans of Sheriff Walt Longmire will fall in love with Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne, the spirited protagonist with a tragic past and an acid wit. When Maggie Blackthorne returns to her hometown after nearly twenty years to serve as an Oregon State Police Sergeant, she expects to deal with the usual suspects — drunk drivers, oxy slingers, and the occasional rural scofflaw. But after she stumbles upon the bullet-ridden bodies of twin brothers, she realizes she’s stepped into something much more sinister. With little homicide experience, Maggie and her partner, Trooper Hollis Jones, find themselves thrust into a murder investigation. And when a third man turns up dead, the pair fears it’s only a matter of time before the killer strikes again. As they race to piece together what happened, Maggie and Hollis discover a tangled web of theft, deceit and deals gone bad. Faced with multiple motives and several persons of interest, Maggie and Hollis finally catch a break — but are they willing to risk everything to put the murderer behind bars?

30 review for Dead Point

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andreas Tornberg

    A gripping debut novel with a strong and interesting female protagonist. I liked the gritty mood and that it takes place in the dry Oregon desert. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. Thanks to NetGalley, the author and Severn River Publisher for the opportunity to read this book and share my honest opinion. A gripping debut novel with a strong and interesting female protagonist. I liked the gritty mood and that it takes place in the dry Oregon desert. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. Thanks to NetGalley, the author and Severn River Publisher for the opportunity to read this book and share my honest opinion.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Andreas Tornberg

    A gripping debut novel with a strong and interesting female protagonist. I liked the gritty mood and that it takes place in the dry Oregon desert. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. Thanks to NetGalley, the author and Severn River Publisher for the opportunity to read this book and share my honest opinion. A gripping debut novel with a strong and interesting female protagonist. I liked the gritty mood and that it takes place in the dry Oregon desert. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. Thanks to NetGalley, the author and Severn River Publisher for the opportunity to read this book and share my honest opinion.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Trisha

    You had me at Oregon.. I'm so excited to read this! A huge thank you to the author and publisher for providing an e-ARC via Netgalley. This does not affect my opinion regarding the book. You had me at Oregon.. I'm so excited to read this! A huge thank you to the author and publisher for providing an e-ARC via Netgalley. This does not affect my opinion regarding the book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Abibliofob

    After twenty years of police work Maggie Blackthorne returns to her home town as a sergeant with the local police force. Dead Point is the first book in a brand new series from LaVonne Griffin-Valade. The community isn't very prosperous and there are a lot of cut backs and bad times all over. Not to mention Maggies dark history. Two brothers with no apparent income or home is found shot to death next to their 50000 $ pick up truck, but is it theirs? I love small town mysteries and this is a grea After twenty years of police work Maggie Blackthorne returns to her home town as a sergeant with the local police force. Dead Point is the first book in a brand new series from LaVonne Griffin-Valade. The community isn't very prosperous and there are a lot of cut backs and bad times all over. Not to mention Maggies dark history. Two brothers with no apparent income or home is found shot to death next to their 50000 $ pick up truck, but is it theirs? I love small town mysteries and this is a great one. Dark, funny and with some thrills thrown in. The setting and characters are very well put together and the struggles to investigate crime over large distances with few resources and far between officers makes for an interesting story. I can't wait for the next book in this new series. As usual I must thank @netgalley @severnriverpublishing for making this wonderful book available to me.

  5. 4 out of 5

    David Taylor

    This story starts with an Oregon State Police Sargent -Maggie Blackthorne – witnessing twin brothers in the act of butchering a poached deer. The action rolls into a murder and the ensuing investigation which brings a number of other issues in the small community to light, followed by a suspicious suicide of a local rancher. If this isn’t enough action, there is so much tension between various characters especially Maggie and her direct supervisor/ex-husband that the story never has a chance to This story starts with an Oregon State Police Sargent -Maggie Blackthorne – witnessing twin brothers in the act of butchering a poached deer. The action rolls into a murder and the ensuing investigation which brings a number of other issues in the small community to light, followed by a suspicious suicide of a local rancher. If this isn’t enough action, there is so much tension between various characters especially Maggie and her direct supervisor/ex-husband that the story never has a chance to let up. To be clear, this isn’t a complaint, just a heads-up that should you choose to read Dead Point you may need a seatbelt. If you like a really good murder mystery and plenty of action, then grab a copy of Dead Point I think you will be pleased. I received an Advance Reader Copy and chose to provide this review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    I absolutely fell in love with Maggie , such a strong person. Even though being a detective is new, she tries hard. Fast paced and worth the read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Elle

    I’ve been looking for other mysteries set in small towns. Seven River Publishing and NetGalley offered the perfect opportunity. Maggie Blackthorne returns to her hometown in Oregon after twenty years, hoping to piece together her wrecked life. She has no significant ambitions beyond that. She expects her job as sergeant to fill her time with drunk drivers, deer poachers, and overall petty crimes. Gladly, life had a different idea. After spending the first 10% of the book obsessing over a pair of I’ve been looking for other mysteries set in small towns. Seven River Publishing and NetGalley offered the perfect opportunity. Maggie Blackthorne returns to her hometown in Oregon after twenty years, hoping to piece together her wrecked life. She has no significant ambitions beyond that. She expects her job as sergeant to fill her time with drunk drivers, deer poachers, and overall petty crimes. Gladly, life had a different idea. After spending the first 10% of the book obsessing over a pair of deer poachers, she discovers their bodies and is plunged into a murder investigation. Click here for a more detailed review! The Characters The story is told from Maggie’s perspective. The author did a great job at creating this character. She has a strong voice, consistent throughout the book. While I appreciate the author’s skill in creating the character, it doesn’t mean I liked Maggie. I didn’t. Everyone, even herself, says that she’s very intelligent and good at her job, but I’ve seen no evidence of that. She had almost no involvement in obtaining the clues. Either people decided to come forward with information out of the blue, other characters pointed out she missed important clues, or one of her troopers discovered important information. The Best Part of “Dead Point” Since I’ve only discussed Maggie in the previous section, I should mention the others. The book is full of relatable, fleshed-out characters. I loved Trooper Jones. He was smart, dedicated, and indispensable. I liked Maggie’s love interest, although I wish the character went in a different direction. Most characters behaved like real people. As I was reading, I could easily imagine real people saying those things in real life. I enjoyed the fact that even though the story had a romance component, it didn’t focus on it too much. The mystery part had me guessing until the end. But… And Now the Bad News …I was disappointed when the guilty party came to light. In fact, I was thinking as I was reading, Could this character be the killer? No, it would be too obvious and dull. Guess who the killer was. Yep, that character. There are many ways the ending could’ve been much more impactful. I was under the impression that the author grew too attached to the characters and picked the one she disliked most to be the killer. Who Would Enjoy Reading “Dead Point?” Fans of mystery who don’t mind bad language. Readers who enjoy a strong female lead.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This is an interesting and fast-paced murder mystery that takes place in a small town in Oregon. I liked Maggie and her team, who investigated the three murders, and I got caught up in the suspense from the very beginning of the story to the end. I also liked Duncan, his laid-back style, his good-guy persona, and his relationship with Maggie. There were several things, however, that kept me from giving this 4 or 5 stars, and were the reason(s) why I will most likely not search out future books f This is an interesting and fast-paced murder mystery that takes place in a small town in Oregon. I liked Maggie and her team, who investigated the three murders, and I got caught up in the suspense from the very beginning of the story to the end. I also liked Duncan, his laid-back style, his good-guy persona, and his relationship with Maggie. There were several things, however, that kept me from giving this 4 or 5 stars, and were the reason(s) why I will most likely not search out future books from this author. First, there was too much bad language throughout the book, and I do not consider myself too easily offended. But I thought it was both excessive and unnecessary, and it constantly distracted me from the story. Second, there were way too many characters to keep up with, so I was continually trying to rack my brain to remember who a character was and their place in the plot and/or their relationship to other characters. Both of these things slowed down my progress, and in my opinion, made the story seem much longer than it should have. Overall, this was a good first effort by the author. I received a copy of this book from SRP Mystery and Thriller Books, and I have given my voluntary and honest opinion.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Grow

    I love to find a new author and main character, especially when that character is a female officer. Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne is an interesting combination of intelligence and strength. She has returned to her rural hometown after twenty years expecting to deal with minor crimes, but that doesn’t happen. She receives a phone call that has Maggie and her partner, Trooper Hollis Jones, thrown into the murder investigation of twin brothers. They soon find that most people aren’t willing to talk t I love to find a new author and main character, especially when that character is a female officer. Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne is an interesting combination of intelligence and strength. She has returned to her rural hometown after twenty years expecting to deal with minor crimes, but that doesn’t happen. She receives a phone call that has Maggie and her partner, Trooper Hollis Jones, thrown into the murder investigation of twin brothers. They soon find that most people aren’t willing to talk to police, even those who have known her since she was a child. As they search for evidence, the theft from a local store as well as missing cattle become part of the investigation. When the danger to her escalates, will she survive? I love the way the author has developed the main characters revealing their integrity as well as their imperfections. Maggie’s possible romantic involvement, after two divorces, was especially enjoyable. I look forward to the next book in this series! I received an advance review copy at no cost and without obligation for an honest review. (by paytonpuppy)

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ilona

    Maggie Blackthorne has returned home after almost 20 years to a small town in Oregon as Sheriff. After 2 divorces, coming home means to deal with the memories she ran from, her mother, Zoey’s, suicide, and her dad, Tate, who drank himself too dead. Not much going on in the sleepy town, or …. After a tip about a call about 2 men poaching a deer, twins she has known growing up, they get away, and then a call from one of them that they are in trouble … dead bodies, missing cattle, … State Homicide Maggie Blackthorne has returned home after almost 20 years to a small town in Oregon as Sheriff. After 2 divorces, coming home means to deal with the memories she ran from, her mother, Zoey’s, suicide, and her dad, Tate, who drank himself too dead. Not much going on in the sleepy town, or …. After a tip about a call about 2 men poaching a deer, twins she has known growing up, they get away, and then a call from one of them that they are in trouble … dead bodies, missing cattle, … State Homicide Detectives are spread thin, so Maggie with her partner, Hollis Jones, become the primary investigators. Small town living, old acquittances, secrets, new comers, … Great debut novel, hard to put down, and the ending definitely makes you wish book 2 was out! Looking forward to more Maggie Blackthorne investigations. Thank you NetGalley and Severn River Publishing for an early read for my honest opinion.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Roxanne Spencer

    This debut novel felt more like an established series than an introduction to a new one. Maggie Blackthorn is a veteran cop, an sergeant with the Oregon State Police, that has returned to her hometown to protect and serve. An orphan--both parents died during her adolescence--and twice-divorced, it's interesting that she's drawn back to the small town where she grew up. Maggie doesn't want to be a detective, but gets pulled into a murder investigation when two brothers show up dead in her jurisdic This debut novel felt more like an established series than an introduction to a new one. Maggie Blackthorn is a veteran cop, an sergeant with the Oregon State Police, that has returned to her hometown to protect and serve. An orphan--both parents died during her adolescence--and twice-divorced, it's interesting that she's drawn back to the small town where she grew up. Maggie doesn't want to be a detective, but gets pulled into a murder investigation when two brothers show up dead in her jurisdiction. With the state police spread thin, Maggie is thrust into leading the inquiry on her home turf, and must deal with a complicated roster of suspects. I enjoyed this book for its strong female lead, the supporting cast of characters, and the overall ambience. Highly recommended, and I'm waiting eagerly for the next book! Thanks to Severn River Publishing for access to a digital ARC on NetGalley.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alysha Jardine

    Thank you @netgalley and Severn River Publishing for the advance eBook in exchange for my honest review. Reminiscent of old westerns mixed with a murder mystery, this book was full of twists and turns, and has a complicated plot that kept me thinking. The characters are well developed, with a small time town and all that entails. The writing was detailed, yet not plodding, and as a bonus all the loose ends were tied up. I can't wait to read the next novel from this author. After 20 years away, Ma Thank you @netgalley and Severn River Publishing for the advance eBook in exchange for my honest review. Reminiscent of old westerns mixed with a murder mystery, this book was full of twists and turns, and has a complicated plot that kept me thinking. The characters are well developed, with a small time town and all that entails. The writing was detailed, yet not plodding, and as a bonus all the loose ends were tied up. I can't wait to read the next novel from this author. After 20 years away, Maggie moves back to her hometown in Oregon as a State Police Sergeant. With two marriages behind her, Maggie just wanted to lose herself in her work, which is hard to do when one of your ex's is your superior officer. When a simple poaching for food leads to three homicides, Maggie and her partner Hollis Jones, a new father who should be on family leave, find themselves thrust into an investigation that neither one is fully prepared for.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Olivia

    Thanks to #netgalley and Severn River Publishing for the eARC (Opinions are my own). 2.5 rounded up Police Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne gets a phone call from a criminal she’s looking for, he’s scared and wants to meet her but the call soon drops. When she arrives at the meeting spot the caller and his twin brother are both dead. I really hate to say it but the writing style did not work for me. It is really cut and dry; this happened and then I went here and this happened etc. We don’t have a clue Thanks to #netgalley and Severn River Publishing for the eARC (Opinions are my own). 2.5 rounded up Police Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne gets a phone call from a criminal she’s looking for, he’s scared and wants to meet her but the call soon drops. When she arrives at the meeting spot the caller and his twin brother are both dead. I really hate to say it but the writing style did not work for me. It is really cut and dry; this happened and then I went here and this happened etc. We don’t have a clue what is going on in Maggie’s head or any of her (or anyone else’s) back story so she feels like a stranger. This is a series so maybe that will change in the next installment. The investigation did start to pick up at about the 50% mark but still if I hadn’t been reading this as an ARC I wouldn’d have finished it. If you’re looking for a no frills police procedural this might work for you. 🤷🏽‍♀️

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    This is the first in the Maggie Blackthorne series. This dark gritty mystery starts off with Maggie finding two boys cutting up a deer and the author doesn't leave out the graphic scenes in front of her character. The story has many different characters inducing Maggie Working with her ex husband. The story is intense and doesn't have light moments of the darkness that will consume the story. The story could use a list of characters at the beginning to keep tract of the endless characters that co This is the first in the Maggie Blackthorne series. This dark gritty mystery starts off with Maggie finding two boys cutting up a deer and the author doesn't leave out the graphic scenes in front of her character. The story has many different characters inducing Maggie Working with her ex husband. The story is intense and doesn't have light moments of the darkness that will consume the story. The story could use a list of characters at the beginning to keep tract of the endless characters that come and go though the story. Lastly I am not a prude but there was a lot of swearing. I do not understand the reason for this because the talent of the author ability to tell a story is spot of and yet she uses endless amounts of swearing that just wasn't needed. Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for a copy of Dead Point.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I read another book from the same publisher a couple months back and found a lot of similarities between the heroine, the setting, the secondary characters, coming back to a harsh home, etc. However, while I liked that book, I liked this one more and I'm not sure why. It just had me flipping the pages fast and reluctant to put it down. The blurb said "tragic past and an acid wit." True Maggie has had a hard life and the latest hardship is tantalizingly left dangling perhaps for the next book. I d I read another book from the same publisher a couple months back and found a lot of similarities between the heroine, the setting, the secondary characters, coming back to a harsh home, etc. However, while I liked that book, I liked this one more and I'm not sure why. It just had me flipping the pages fast and reluctant to put it down. The blurb said "tragic past and an acid wit." True Maggie has had a hard life and the latest hardship is tantalizingly left dangling perhaps for the next book. I didn't get the "acid wit" though. Definitely looking forward to book 2, Murderers Creek. I received an advanced readers copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

  16. 4 out of 5

    K Huskić

    Maggie, a Police Sergeant, initially tries to write up brothers for illegal hunting, but discovers these brothers were caught up in something dangerous, which ultimately costs them their lives. This leaves Maggie to undertake her first homicide investigation, trying to get to the bottom of this twisted mess. I didn't realise (until now, when writing this review) that this was a debut novel! I never would have known. The plot was intense, but intriguing and well written, and the main characters w Maggie, a Police Sergeant, initially tries to write up brothers for illegal hunting, but discovers these brothers were caught up in something dangerous, which ultimately costs them their lives. This leaves Maggie to undertake her first homicide investigation, trying to get to the bottom of this twisted mess. I didn't realise (until now, when writing this review) that this was a debut novel! I never would have known. The plot was intense, but intriguing and well written, and the main characters were complex but interesting. I hope there'll be more in this series, I would love to keep following Maggie on her journey.

  17. 5 out of 5

    J Young

    Intriguing crime thriller! When Oregon State Police Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne moved back home after twenty years she was not expecting to have to deal with a double homicide and enough intrigue and danger to rival big-city cases. This is the first book I have read by this author and I am impressed. LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s writing style and plot twists kept me hooked from the first page. I received a free copy but my review is honest and voluntary. This well-written crime thriller has enough act Intriguing crime thriller! When Oregon State Police Sergeant Maggie Blackthorne moved back home after twenty years she was not expecting to have to deal with a double homicide and enough intrigue and danger to rival big-city cases. This is the first book I have read by this author and I am impressed. LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s writing style and plot twists kept me hooked from the first page. I received a free copy but my review is honest and voluntary. This well-written crime thriller has enough action and intrigue to satisfy any reader.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Lingenfelter

    Maggie Blackthorne returns to her small home town as a police sergeant. She is looking for the twins that poached a deer, when one of them calls her to meet and talk. Maddie hears gun shots and the line goes dead. She arrives at the meeting place to find the twins and their dog dead. And then another murder made to look like a suicide. Maggie has to deal with an ex husband who is now a superior officer who does not make her job any easier. She needs to find the killer. A really good murder myste Maggie Blackthorne returns to her small home town as a police sergeant. She is looking for the twins that poached a deer, when one of them calls her to meet and talk. Maddie hears gun shots and the line goes dead. She arrives at the meeting place to find the twins and their dog dead. And then another murder made to look like a suicide. Maggie has to deal with an ex husband who is now a superior officer who does not make her job any easier. She needs to find the killer. A really good murder mystery.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Roger

    Dead Point (Maggie Blackthorne Book 1), my first enjoyable mystery read from author LaVonne Griffin-Valade. Well-written with intriguing characters and a captivating storyline. “I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review." The gifting of this book did not affect my opinion of it. I'll definitely be reading more from this author and look forward to the next book in the series, Murderers Creek (Maggie Blackthorne Book 2), coming out in November of this year. (RIP Marle Dead Point (Maggie Blackthorne Book 1), my first enjoyable mystery read from author LaVonne Griffin-Valade. Well-written with intriguing characters and a captivating storyline. “I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review." The gifting of this book did not affect my opinion of it. I'll definitely be reading more from this author and look forward to the next book in the series, Murderers Creek (Maggie Blackthorne Book 2), coming out in November of this year. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

  20. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Knudsen Score

    I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next one. Maggie is a strong women with a gut wrenching past that she is trying to move past. She is also in the beginning of a romance that should help balance out her life. This book has a few strong characters and with some quick wit thrown in that will have a reader wanting more. I'd like to thank .Severn River Publishing for the advance copy. I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next one. Maggie is a strong women with a gut wrenching past that she is trying to move past. She is also in the beginning of a romance that should help balance out her life. This book has a few strong characters and with some quick wit thrown in that will have a reader wanting more. I'd like to thank .Severn River Publishing for the advance copy.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    I’d actually round my rating up to a 3.5. This is a decent start to this series. The storyline surrounding the investigation was good but seemed a a bit drawn out at times. Character development was a bit weak in my opinion. I would want a bit more background to give more character depth and to get better understanding of motivation. Hopefully as the series progresses we’ll get to know the characters better.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    This may very well be the most beautifully written murder mystery I have ever been privileged to read. It is expertly crafted with a complex plot and a diverse cast of well-developed characters. I am looking forward to the next book! I received this book free and chose to make a voluntary, unbiased review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christmas Angel

    State Police in a small Oregon town are thrown into a whirlwind of cattle rustling, murder, and deception. Danger lurks in many corners and who can you trust? Gut-wrenching situations and enthralling characters combine to make an engrossing story that will keep you riveted to the book page after page. Highly Recommended.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    This story had potential. It was NOT realized. Maggie Blackthorne is a main character who proved too stupid to live in several instances throughout the book. The author did little research in several of the things mentioned, and when it moved into the area of gratuitous profanity I pretty much had enough.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Doreen Fernandes

    Teens and Turmoil Maggie Blackthorne has her hands full. The Nodine twins are rampant lawbreakers but when they are killed, it is up to Maggie to find out why. Then there is another killing and the usual suspects. The killer has a hidden agenda and is elusive. The suspense keeps building up. A great debut book by the author.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    I LOVED this book and cannot wait for the second book. This book is well written with convincing, developed characters, and an interesting plot. I don’t understand the reviews that criticized the “rough” language. Did they read THIS book? Dead Point was wonderful, I didn’t want to put it down, but also wanted to savor and make it last!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Susan Hunter

    La Vonne Griffin-Valade has delivered a sure-footed, beautifully written debut novel for her new mystery series featuring Oregon State Trooper Maggie Blackthorne. The story works on every level—a strong, smart, lead, a setting that is almost a character itself—the high desert country of eastern Oregon, and a twisty plot that drives to an exciting, satisfying conclusion. I loved this book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    Great new series, strong women state trooper Maggie is strong, smart and inexperienced but has 3 murders to solve in her district. Her personal life is a mess. Great characters I hope to hear more from in the next books, Hollis and Ms Two Moons.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Illustrious Illusions

    An engrossing read. So many issues to work through and mysteries to solve. It's got a lot of depth to the story and I hope to read more about the characters. An engrossing read. So many issues to work through and mysteries to solve. It's got a lot of depth to the story and I hope to read more about the characters.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Diane Griffin

    Dead Point I purchased this debut novel upon recommendation from a favorite author. I am glad I did. It was very good and I have ordered the next one in the series.

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