Saturday, December 2, 2017

Flaw Abiding Citizen by Christy Barritt

Series: Worst Detective Ever #6
Genre: Mystery/Suspense
Publisher: River Heights
Released: Nov. 28, 2017
242 pages
About the Book:
Where’s the director when you need him to call “cut”?

Just when Joey thinks she’s closer to answers about her father’s mysterious disappearance, more questions surface. The starlet is determined to find her dad and to put an end to the crazy stalker fan club trying to manipulate her decisions. But life has plot twists she can’t see coming.

Secrets abound—secrets from the most unlikely of people—and Joey’s had enough. She’s tired of flawed theories and abiding by other people’s rules. Doing what any good citizen would, she seeks resolution, knowing the stakes are higher than just herself.

Dangerous encounters meet the wannabe detective at every turn. As the end of one mystery draws close, it’s clear that Joey will either end up with the answers she seeks or find herself in the closing credits . . . for one final time.

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My Rating & Thoughts:    🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟    (4 stars)

  “Our past experiences did shape us, whether we wanted them to or not.”

This one is filled with nail-biting action throughout, giving you suspense and tension that make you not want to put the book down until finished. Joey is not sure who she can trust and ends up in some sticky situations during her continued search for her father. Thankfully for Joey she has some people who always seem to be right there to help her, they might be crazy stalkers, but they help her. Her detective skills have improved since the first book, but she still gets so focused on one aspect that she misses the danger right around her. At these moments I had to keep reading to make sure she would be okay. There were two moments that I absolutely loved and had me shouting yes! One was when something really good happens for Joey and the second being when she eventually admits her feelings. In this book Joey finally gets some answers to her search but not all is revealed leaving her with questions. I look forward to the next book to come and hopefully finding out the answers to those questions.

" "Not every bad thing that happens in this area is connect with me.”
"True. Just most of it." "

(I received this book free from the Ms. Barritt; opinions expressed in this review
are my honest opinion and completely my own.)

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