Despite the interesting premise, the book ultimately fell flat for me. – Heather B.
I was able to read this book in one sitting, and I think that helped. If I’d had to put it down, I don’t know that I would have come back to it. -Heather B.
Overall, this was a fun start to a new series. The author doesn’t seem to have a website, so I can’t find any more information on what’s coming up, but I think there are at least a couple more books planned in the series, and I’ll make a note to grab them when they do. -Heather B.
Even though it was pretty clear how the story was going to wrap up, the journey there was so much fun. I don’t say that with mysteries very often, but it’s true in the is case. I really enjoyed the experience of listening to this one, and I highly it for the next cold, wet weekend you’re stuck inside. -Heather B.
As with The Hunting Party, though, the writing was good, and I recommend it, especially for readers who enjoy Ruth Ware or Riley Sager. I just don’t think anyone who’s been reading mysteries for any length of time will find anything new here. -Heather B
Once I started this book, I just wanted to skip everything else I had to do so I could sit and listen. -Heather B
Peace Talks was slower than previous books in this series, and not nearly the nonstop action we’ve come to expect from the series, but it was a nice breather. It’s definitely a setup book, getting everyone on the board and in place before what I expect to be an explosive next entry in the series. -Heather B
Bottom line – read this book. Listen to it. Whatever you need to do to get this book into your brain, do it. -Heather B
I don’t know that listening to this book was necessarily the right choice. Tim Johnston’s writing, while strong, tends to meander. -Heather B
This book was a wild ride. -Heather B.