Saturday, May 19, 2018

Review: A Murder on Wall Street

A Murder on Wall Street by Owen Parr

My rating: 4 Stars

Jordan Maxwell had originally moved to New York to make a name for herself as freelance journalist. However, her great-uncle, recently deceased, has left her his massive estate in Maine. As Jordan is packing for the move there, her neighbor is brutally stabbed. After seeing about her neighbor in the hospital, Jordan moves. Her life is about to change in more ways than one

The small town, Solomon Cove in Maine, is a post-card town, as idyllic as they come, yet a woman's body is found on the beach. Other bodies are found in quick succession. Jordan begins to wonder if the murders are somehow connected to her and to her extended family. What's more, Jordan believes that she may be the next target.

When Dawn Never Comes is a reissue and for that I'm thankful because I wouldn’t have has the chance to read it otherwise. The story draws the reader in and has an amazing twist. Why is Jordan connected? The discovery is stunning, making this book impossible to put down!

Many thanks to NetGalley and to Raven South Publishing for this book to review.

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