When former army medic Tony Dozier is accused of killing a member of the hate group that disrupted his wife's funeral, the prosecution charges premeditated murder, and the defense claims temporary insanity. Former marine Death Bogart and auctioneer Wren Morgan think there's more to the story.
They're both led to the long-abandoned Hadleigh House, where Wren begins preparing the contents for auction but ends up appraising the story behind an antique sketchbook. As Wren uncovers the century-old tale of a World War I soldier and his angel, Death finds a set of truths that will change...or end...their lives.
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By Patrick S. on 21-12-17
A fan of the series, this one feels like a bit of a misstep. The main mystery starts immediately and the nice build up from the previous two are gone. I thought the actual beginning of my book was missing. On top of that, there isn’t as much banter and character development as the others had.
However, all the good characters are there and they are still consistent with their past stories. The world built is still fun and the characters are what makes it such. The mystery this time isn’t the best and there’s some parts I don’t remember if they resolved or not. A misstep in the series to be sure, but I’ll pick up the next one no problem. Final Grade - C+
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By sonia on 07-06-17
Bible verses throw down, BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA
I'm so glad I was listening to this when I wound up at the D.C. Veterans hospital ER! Everyone around me was kind of miserable, including myself. Then THE BIBLE VERSES THROW DOWN started and I began to laugh out loud so much, I covered my mouth and then the staff thought I was choking.
Whew, got that out.
The story, the characters, the flow of the reader, I loved everything thing about this story.
Death and Wren are most definitely in love.
Keystone Brothers Auctions are still insane and Eric The Idiot still thinks he's got it going on but in this story he's still the idiot with not an ounce of anything going on other than stupidity.
It never lagged, slowed down.
Oh, and the Bogart Brothers are killin' it, if horses don't kill these macho men first!
3 of 4 people found this review helpful