Thursday, December 13, 2012

Dark Passing Review

Mary Nelson’s murder shocked the small town of Jackson. The vibrant, young college student disappeared on her way home. A week later her body was found in the trunk of a burning car. No suspects. No evidence. No case. 

Ella Reynolds’ life had finally turned around. With a new book released, the past safely tucked away, and a burgeoning romance, she begins to live again. Then a plea from a woman whose daughter’s murder remains unsolved ignites Ella’s curiosity—and drags her back into the dark world she fought so desperately to escape. 

Curiosity turns to obsession as Ella inches closer to the truth—and the murderer begins to claim new victims. 

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Now for my review...

Dark PassingDark Passing by Liz Schulte
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Loved it! Another spine-tingling mystery from Liz Schulte with ghosts galore. Ella’s new more stable (after the horror) personality suits her. She’s endearing, humorous, and her relationship with Gabriel has settled in my heart. It’s truly an intriguing mystery that will keep you reading until the last page.

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