Ellison Russell finds Bobby Lowell under the football stadium and his dying words are” Tell her I loved her. Ellison starts hunting for the girl with obstacles in her path that she has trouble finding her. Meanwhile, her daughter has become troublesome and the detective and her lawyer causing her grief. This book has several twists and the plot changes directions as these occur. The series is now a favorite and I recommend it.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from HENERY PRESS through Netgalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for the opportunity to read and review this book. The opinions are my own.
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All of these are so good. Even though they are not available as ARC’s anymore, I have purchased the most recent ones. I haven’t found or made time to read them. It’s good to see your review. It brings the series back to mind.
Likewise. I have books of recent but haven’t read them yet.
This is also one of my favourite series, Betty. Glad you are enjoying it. I hope you and your husband are doing okay.
My husband’s memory is gone and needs 24/7 care . We are living in Castle Hill Assisted Living. The last 2 months have been hell for me. I am still reading Dell Shannon’s Luis Mendosa books. I have a number to go. Stay.