Review- Legacy of Murder
LEGACY OF MURDER
ISBN#: 978-0-9842211-8-9-eBook/ 978-0-9842211-9-6-Print
Rogue Phoenix Press
111 Pages-eBook/ 188-Print
Rating: 3 Cups
Sable is an FBI agent and has recently discovered her biological family complete
with a serial killer for a father. She is fortunate to have survived and is gradually
coming to terms with it all.
Sam is Sable’s brother. They share Micah as a father, but Sam has a lot more in
common with his father than he does with his sister. He idolized Micah.
Now that Micah is dead, the entire Reardon family, including Sable, finally feels
safe. Though she does not know how close she wants to get to the Reardons,
they are closer now than ever, especially when another one of Micah’s progeny
makes himself known. Sam is his son and protegee and is determined to finish
what he father started.
I was a bit lost in the beginning of this book since I have not read the previous
one. The author does make things clear as the story goes on, but it took a while
for me to catch up. Sable is my favorite type of character, a strong woman with
some vulnerability. The rest of the Reardons are a little too proud, but they grew
on me as the story developed and I got to know them better. The plot is
suspenseful and spine tingling by turns and never boring. I hope Sable’s next
adventure is as good, I cannot wait to see who falls out of the family tree next.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More