I enjoyed my previous visits to Stella Maris Island and the Lowcountry of South Carolina and I was not disappointed with the eighth installment of the Liz Talbot series. I read it in one sitting as it is difficult to set down. Colleen plays an important role in the story.
Darius DeAndre Baker, a TV star has returned to his home. Shortly after his return an old nemesis, Trina Lynn Causby is murdered. The police are pressured to arrest Darius. Along with help from Colleen, Liz and Nate work to clear him. After a few twists and turns, the guilty party will surprise me as it did me. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
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Sounds like another fun one 😉
I haven’t read all in this series, but it was one I found it easy to jump into. I’m glad this is another good one.
This series is very good. I like the paranormal aspect.🍀☕👵