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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Review: The Girl in the Moss (Angie Pallorino #3) by Loreth Anne White



Blurb from Goodreads:
A shallow grave exposes deadly secrets as bestselling author Loreth Anne White brings her thrilling series of romantic suspense to its shocking conclusion…

Disgraced ex-cop Angie Pallorino is determined to make a new start for herself as a private investigator. But first, she and her lover, newly promoted homicide detective James Maddocks, attempt a quiet getaway to rekindle a romance struggling in the shadows of their careers. The peace doesn’t last long when human skeletal remains are found in a nearby mossy grove.

This decades-old mystery is just what Angie needs to establish her new career—even as it thrusts her and Maddocks back into the media spotlight, once again endangering their tenuous relationship.

Then, when Angie’s inquiry into the old crime intersects with a cold case from her own policing past—one that a detective on Maddocks’s new team is working—the investigation takes a startling twist. It puts more than Angie’s last shot at redemption and a future with Maddocks at risk. The mystery of the girl in the moss could kill her.
My Review:
This series is SO good.  Not only is Angie Pallorino a kick ass heroine but she evolves in these books - nothing feels stagnant or repetitive.  Also, each one of these books (so far) has been a total page turner for me and I haven't been able to figure them out.  The settings are so good, so atmospheric and I love how the author weaves in Angie's every day life with whatever case she's working.  So many good characters.  Can't wait for more!

The Girl in the Moss comes out next week on June 12, 2018, you can purchase HERE!  This series is quickly becoming an all time favorite for me - check it out!! You can read my review of book 1 in this series HERE, and book 2, HERE.
She gains momentum as the river sucks her toward its heart, where its currents muscle deep and strong toward the thundering boom of Plunge Falls, where mist boils thick above the tumbling water. She tried to kick, to swim, to angle back toward shore. But the Nahamish has other plans. It clutches at her with newfound glee, with impossible strength, tossing her about like a toy, drawing her down and into its churning bowels. 

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