Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Book review: American Nights

American NightsAmerican Nights by Gerrie Ferris Finger
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I liked this story, it had many layers, almost like an onion, as soon as you think you have an handle on what exactly is going on, who is behind the kidnapping and their motives, the author peels back another layer that changes so many things. The Twists in this book are delivered in subtle and climactic ways and it truly leaves you on the edge of your seat as you are devouring pages.
A Saudi prince whose wife and daughter were abducted, a set of parents who are not overly upset that their daughter and grand daughter are missing and then themselves are found dead, an PI who is mistrusting (with good reasons) of all involved parties and tries to do her best to unravel this mystery quickly and racing against time to recover the wife and daughter. This book is in a series, but like most mystery novels, you do not necessarily have to read the other books to get a grasp on what is going on. The author does a good job with background info on our PI Moira and I wasn’t left feeling out of the loop with the character relationships.

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