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If Wishes Were Horses... (The Neil Marshall Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Neil is very dimensional, he makes mistakes, but I found myself cheering him on throughout the book. I like when an author gives the supportive characters as much depth as the main character, and Hemlin did just that.
I also love the "who done it" style mysteries, and this book didn't disappoint. In fact, I found myself staying up later than I should have just to finish it! The action and suspense is gripping, and the beautiful descriptive passages throughout the book will make you feel like you're in the middle of everything.
Folks who enjoy mysteries should definitely give this book a read!
This book had my attention from the beginning. Mr Hemlin's writing is outstanding, putting you in the middle of the action and not letting you go. I didn't anticipate finishing this book in two days, but found myself at 2 a.m., closing the cover with a sigh. The story is peppered with southern charm, such as... "Jason was tough enough to hunt bears with a switch". There are many beautifully descriptive passages that I highlighted, such as..."Long splinters of sun threaded between the tall ponderous pines".
Well done, Mr. Hemlin. I can't wait to read A Whisper Of Rage. 5 stars
We meet Neil's circle of friends – and frenemies: the other catering employees, some of the clients that are rich, connected Houstonians who might have evil on their minds, students and faculty in his classes at U. of H. and the Littlefields, who live near the stables and help care for the horses.
How all these circles interconnect make for a wild ride and some often-deadly adventures.
I figured out who did it, but towards the end, and that was very refreshing.
Great at characters, well developed and realistic.
An excellent choice for light reading.