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The Blood We Spill: Suspense with a Dash of Humor (A Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I struggled a little more with this book and enjoyed it slightly less than previous entries in the series. I wanted to grab Letty by the shoulders, shake her, and tell her, “Get your arse to a meeting, immediately book an appointment with your supervising therapist and CALL YOUR SPONSOR!” Even more than in book 3, Letty displays some poor judgment that made me question her viability as a therapist. I was also disturbed that she seemed to walk away from her AA support system so easily. And yes I know she’s fictional, but I like the character so much, I wanted to protect her from her own stupidity. In her favor, she did visit a therapist to mentally prepare with dealing with cult life, and she did have Beth and Eli, her almost-boyfriend, to help her.
Despite my frustrations with Letty’s actions, I still found the book gripping and highly readable. I missed the descriptions of the meetings, but it was interesting to see Letty and Beth, and Eli, out of their element. There was some edge of the seat excitement that kept me turning pages, and the ending, although abrupt, was very satisfying and left me wanting more. I will read more in this series.
Reggie and Beth decide they need Lettys help. Beth wants to help Reggie whose daughter has disappeared into a cult. Beth wants to go undercover and hopes her BFF Letty will go with her. Letty refuses because the last time she tried to "help" someone she was almost killed. When Letty finds out that Beth went ahead with her plan, she knew she couldn't let Beth do this by herself.
Glaser's background in psychotherapy contributes to the believability of her characters. She gets everything right about AA and working the program, PTSD, why some are attracted to cults and how programming works. The plot is interesting and fast paced and as stated in the title, with just the right amount of humor. So if you like suspense, humor and a bit of romance, you will enjoy this book.
Oh, and for what it's worth, I initially found this book on Bookbub.com.