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Katie Berry continues the interwoven saga of Lively and Minerva Deadmarsh and Chief Inspector John Harder in this second book in the Lively Deadmarsh series.

Some questions are finally answered, but others arise as Lively and Minerva find the Sinclair Resort Hotel to be much more than it seems. In a bold attempt to uncover more of what transpired 40 years before, the pair formulate a plan that will either help them immensely or doom them completely.

Chief Inspector John Harder continues his official investigation to peel back the intricate web of mystery surrounding the Sinclair Incident. Along the way, he discovers that he may have a far greater role to play in things than he'd initially thought and that the stakes are more personal than he could have ever imagined.

©2021 Katie Berry (P)2021 Tantor

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So Far So Good...

This is a story in 4 parts, not 1 book and it's sequel(s) and if I have a complaint it's that I didn't know that going in, I had already bought 1&2 before realizing there were two more as yet unpublished volumes.
But being halfway through the story I am enjoying it. Katie's Deadmarsh Twins are enjoyable both in character and in the number of literary, pop culture, and music references they make. The mystery is intriguing, and loaded with a number of theories about quantum physics and the nature of the universe(s) but also feature some good old-fashioned spookiness. But if this book interests you my recommendation would be to wait until all 4 parts are published and take it all in one fell swoop.

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  • 05-26-22

alright book

story is alright but book gose in to much detail about things that it doesn't need to and the bro sister thing between the two main characters is annoying