The Sleuth's Conundrum
Adam and Tara are sucked into a police investigation that might get Tara killed. Can Adam keep her safe or will he lose her forever?
Tara James, the local librarian assistant, is afraid her past will catch up to her when an infant is abandoned outside the Tipton County Library. Will news of the abandoned baby stir up publicity and force her to go on the run again?
Tipton, Oregon is once again faced with a mystery. This time, things are bigger and more dangerous than Nancy, the librarian sleuth, is prepared for. It was clear that Tara had a secret which had her skittish and ready to run. Little did she expect the people of this sleepy town would have her wanting so much to stay.
I liked Tara from the start and was very curious about what her past contained. I was quite surprised to learn what she was running from, though looking back, I laugh ...more
This book starts out with three 'mysteries' right off the bat. I was immediately sucked into their world again (Tipton, Oregon) and while I like to think I can figure out the 'whodunnit' pretty quickly, I didn't! Enjoyable from start to finish, I can relate to the characters, and have pictures of them in my mind. I do love "seri ...more
Tara is a very private person and no one knows much about her past. When she finds an abandoned infant at the library, her mysterious past and present day mysteries collide.
The series is fun to read. I enjoyed learning more about Tara and why she seems unfriendly.
I received an A ...more
Generally, I prefer romance to mystery, but I will take both together when they are done right. This is such a novel. It has twists and turns and red herrings galore, but it was clean, well-written, and unpredictable. I always enjoy a good series where you learn more of the characters as you go along, so it was fun to see them progress in this one.
While I got into it better the second time round, I just couldn't connect with the characters or the storyline as I had in the previous 2 stories. ...more
I love this series. Nancy is one character that I can relate with. I love to read so working in a library would be ideal for me. However, the rest of her life is a little to crazy for me. Lol. This story is one that kept me turning the pages i ...more
I am looking forward to reading more books from this author.
I read and reviewed this book with no obligation.
Kimberly holds a degree in Behavioral Science from Nor ...more