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Crimson Blues

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Thirty-year-old lawyer Amanda Taylor moves to a small town after winning a sensational criminal case that got national attention. She’s tired of criminal law and just wants to settle into private practice in a place that will allow her to recoup her energies and her belief in human beings. However, although she loves her new home, after she meets her handsome neighbor, Kev ...more
Kindle Edition, 178 pages
Published April 16th 2013 by Laurel Wreath Publishing
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Kathy Cowley
This is the sort of book that reminds me of why I love reading mystery novels. You've got a smart hero and a seemingly impossible problem that will, by the end of the book, be solved.

Crimson Blues features a criminal lawyer from New York City who decides to go out West to a small town to reconnect with life. Everything about the town seems perfect, including a hot, single neighbor. However, there's a snake in paradise. Amanda has stumbled upon a series of mysteries, first and foremost, who is tr
I'm giving this a 5 because there was not one word or sentence that I had to skip over because it was offensive. It was a fun book, an easy read, great characters, and had a moral tale to tell. I would recommend it to all who want a few hours of peace and quiet with a delightful book in their hands.
I got this for free at amazon and have to say that I'm a little surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. There's some small-town fluff and a little bit of romance, some suspense, some crime, cake and puppies. A cute and entertaining read, perfect for a Sunday afternoon.
Great story, interesting mystery. I really liked the characters. Amanda is a strong, capable, smart, interesting person. Kevin is loyal and brave and adorable. I just enjoyed the whole book.
A very good read. It was interesting to see a softer side of a lawyer. Because , let's face it most of us think of them as heartless.
I look forward to reading more from this author.
3.5 stars. I liked it, and it kept me entertained. I thought the ending wrapped up too fast, but it was a clean suspense with a good premise and some romance.
A fun thriller/who-dunnit mystery. Dene Low really had fun writing this one. Sometimes I wish I had my own "AK-47"! :)
Clean read. Felt that it moved way too fast in time, but enjoyed the whole law aspect of it.
What an awesome book. I loved the story and the mystery surrounding it.
Jenny Miller
quick, light read. predictable, but enjoyable.
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