I went as high as 3.5 stars mainly because the writing was decent, and the depiction of the toxic friendship that I mentioned was intriguing. But the mystery behind it all was underwhelming. -Heather B.
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It was good but not great. It could have significantly shorter, and contained a few more surprises for surprise’s sake. -Heather B
But this is a good story, and a fun mystery. -Heather B.
As usual, I’m going to have to try very hard not to annoyingly stalk Deanna Raybourn for the next installment of this series. -Heather B.
The Ice Beneath Her is as much a character study as it is a crime novel, and it hit me exactly right when I read it. -Heather B
There were a lot of moving parts to it, and some of the side pieces didn’t seem to quite fit. But overall, this was an engaging start to a new cozy series. -Heather B
Live and Let Chai is Bree Baker’s debut novel, but it suffered none of the obvious problems so often seen […]
I wasn’t able to just sink into it the way I like doing with books because I was so constantly aware of just how wrong everything around me felt while I was reading it. -Heather B.
Much like B.A. Paris’s first book, Behind Closed Doors, this book just doesn’t hold up under the smallest bit of scrutiny. -Heather B.
Bottom line – get this book, pour a glass of wine, and strap in! -Heather B.