July 20 – My Reading Journeys – REVIEW
About the book
In the third thrilling book in the Kelly Pruett mystery series–Her world was falling into place. Then women started dropping off the map.
PI Kelly Pruett finally feels like she’s coming into her own. With her personal life well on track, a gig uncovering what drove a client’s granddaughter underground could be good for business. But after her undercover operation at the homeless shelter reveals rampant drug dealing, she’s suddenly kicked off the case… just as another girl goes missing.
Vowing to expose the truth even if it means pro-bono work, Kelly is taken aback when her half-sister helps her hunt down answers in a tent city brimming with distrust. When her investigation doesn’t move quickly enough to save a second woman from a vicious murder, Kelly doubles her efforts unwilling to accept defeat.
And I thought
I signed up for the tour because I was intrigued with the cover.
I jumped right in and was captivated from page 1.
I did not realize I had read book 3 till I began writing this review.
That is how well written this book is. I was a little confused and curious about some of the back story and family dynamics between Kelly and her family but all that was in the background because the mystery had me turning the pages.
Deceived was a great read.
A very well written plot kept me interested and turning the pages.
It was hard to put down to go to bed. (That doesn't happen often)
I will be watching for the next Kelly Pruitt Mystery.
I received a complimentary copy as as part of the Great Escapes Book Tour.
My review will appear on Amazon and Good Reads.
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