Book Review of Books Can Be Deceiving

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The author’s skill at weaving many of my favorite themes into one captivating read is impressive. This novel creates believable characters and draws the reader into their lives, while simultaneously creating a longing for a coastal lifestyle. I found the author’s descriptions of the scene and the characters’ lives to be convincing and easy to picture. It left me wanting more, and it satisfactorily resolved the murder mystery. This novel will definitely make you want to pick up a copy of this book.

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This book is a cozy mystery with many of my favorite themes. The setting is gorgeous, and Lindsey has been welcomed into the local community. There’s a recipe for hot chocolate, too. The mystery side of the book takes a little while to get going, but the final act is action-packed and satisfying. Lindsey is a good narrator, but I wish she’d included more backstory on the characters.

Book Review: Books Can Be Deceiving

This captivating novel combines many of my favorite themes. The author creates interesting characters and draws me into the book. I wanted to be a part of her life and experience coastal living. The author’s descriptions made the surroundings believable, making the reader long for the experience. There’s a satisfying mystery and a happy ending that leaves me wanting more. Here’s my Book Review of Books Can Be Deceiving.

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Beth is an aspiring children’s picture-book writer. Her husband, Rick, is an award-winning children’s book author and the main character in the plot. When her partner is murdered, her boyfriend, Rick, is blamed, but is the case framed on Beth? Will she ever find out the truth? Find out if you’ll believe this book review. Then you’ll be well on your way to publishing a children’s book, but beware: it’s not all about fame.

The characters are all flawed, and the book is no different. While the main character is flawed, the other characters are very well developed. There is a lot of violence in the novel, but the plot is well-written and engaging. It’s hard not to root for the underdog. The premise of a deceitful novel is compelling, but it’s important to know what to look for.

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Jenn McKinlay pens a suspenseful book that centers around the deceit of an ex-boyfriend who steals a children’s book idea and sells it to an editor. Then an award-winning children’s author is found dead on a private island off the coast of Connecticut. The murderer’s weapon was a symbolic one, and the killer scrawled the word “liar” across the victim’s forehead.

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