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Journaled to Death (The Journaling mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
Divorced single mom Mandy Meadows scrapes by working as a barista and receiving payments from her cousin, Ryan, who rents her basement apartment. At night, she and her teenage daughter Vellum run a successful home business creating journaling content on their popular social media channels.
But Mandy’s carefully organized world is about to come crashing down. While filming their latest journaling tutorial, Mandy and Vellum hear a loud noise on the basement stairs, and Mandy is horrified to find Ryan dead on the landing. The police quickly start to treat the death as a murder – with Mandy and Vellum as chief suspects. Why would someone murder Ryan? Determined to clear their names and find Ryan’s killer, Mandy soon discovers he wasn’t the man she thought he was . . .
About the Author
- ASIN : B07ZJQG8X6
- Publisher : Severn House; First World Publication edition (1 December 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 2014 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 283 pages
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the dialogue was good except the occaional confusion with missing tags.
her desciptuons were reallg good. she really had me believing rhe weather and setting.
the pace was just okay, because sometimes I had to reread paragraphs, when peole appeared without the movement, or suddenly the scene changed without warning. it could be the kindle version though.
the clues and red herrings were excellent. i was believing everyone was guilty too! there was nothing wacky there.
3 stars. i will definitely give the second in the series a try.