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Misfortune (Rae Hatting Mysteries Book 3) by [Osborne, Heather]
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Length: 194 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Can be read as a stand alone!

Follow up with Rae Hatting in Misfortune!

Death is on the cards...

There’s a new serial killer on the loose, dumping bodies in sinister relation to tarot card meanings, preying on his victims’ vices. With roving psychics, all claiming to have knowledge of the killer, to a mysterious Cajun woman, who just so happens to be related to Dr. Sabine Lawson, will Luke and Rae solve the case before another person ends up tempting fate and succumbing to an unfortunate mishap?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2718 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014AI54JE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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This is the third book in the Rae Hatting series, and it's just as good as the first two.
Rae and Luke are now partners, and they’re assigned to a case where a serial killer is leaving bodies positioned like Tarot cards. Their investigations take them to New Orleans where a national convention for psychics and mediums has been scheduled. Along the way, they meet some interesting characters, like Sabine's grandmother, Evangeline. As they follow the clues, it dawns on them they might be dealing with someone in law enforcement. And they could be the next target.
Rae and Luke’s characters evolve more in this book, as their mutual attraction sets them at odds against each other. Not a lot of tension, but enough to make it tantalizing. I really enjoyed the bathroom scene.
The story traveled along at a good pace, it was well-written and the characters were well-developed. Between the grisly deaths, and surprise revelations, the book kept me entertained.
What I didn’t like: the switching of first POV from Rae and Luke. Most authors who use that method, do it at each chapter. Osborne does it during the same chapter, which can be confusing . Because of that, I couldn’t get quite as involved in the story as I wanted.
If you love a good thriller or serial killer tale, then you need to read this story. I’m looking forward to following Rae and Luke in their adventure. I give my 4 feathers.
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The Rae Hatting mysteries are a growing, thriving story-in-progress, and I love this latest one most of all. I enjoyed Crushed Gardenias and The Fairest of Them, but Misfortune is where this writer finds her pace and Rae Hatting becomes (to me, anyway) a living, breathing person. Some of the scenes in the book (ahem … the bathroom scene!) are laugh-out-loud funny while still developing the characters and relationships, and other scenes (one murder I won't spoil) are particularly gruesome, gristly and just … eww! Like seriously, this person is way past the point of needing some psychiatric help! (Um … I mean the killer, not necessarily the author!) The book is fun and funny in parts, gory in other parts, and – most importantly of all – entertaining in all the parts. Kudos!
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