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- Print Length: 263 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (July 26, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 26, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IGP4I1M
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #691,719 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read the first book in this series and loved it. Morgan has done a great job at creating a character one can relate to. The character herself has also grown since the first book, and is slightly less impulsive. There's also a new love interest in Libby's life, a handsome cop who is helping Libby in her search for the real killer. The story moves along at a fast but smooth pace. Morgan hits her stride in this one on pacing. Sometimes, I felt the plot moved along a little too fast in the first one.
All in all, I think Family Ties is a definite winner and can't wait to see what happens in the third and final book in the series!
I eagerly started this installment of the Flesh and Blood Trilogy and finished the book in 1 day. This book did not disappoint and was better than book 1.
Libby is cleared of murdering her husband Ryan and is free to start a new life in North Carolina as a Private Investigator. She decided to go see her father Randy in prison and is ready to take on his case to prove his innocence. The book takes off from there and with every turn of the page the mystery unravels and get more complex.
Libby starts her investigation with the defense attorney so she can get case file and go through it with a fine-tooth comb. She formulates her plan to interview any witnesses to get to the bottom of the murders one way of another. The deeper Libby digs the more intrigue is found.
I would really love to continue with a synopsis of this installment however there comes a point in the investigation that leads to a dark family secret that started when her father was a senior in high school. This secret is the key to proving her father is innocent of the murders of 9 prostitutes. This secret changes everything including Libby’s perspective of her father and she is more determined then ever to prove his innocence.
I’m a huge fan of criminal drama so this series is so much fun for me to read. As a matter of fact, as I’m writing my review I have Law and Order on the tv. This has been a staple in my weekend for many years so reading this book had me on the edge of my seat with every page.
I highly recommend this series!
In this book, Libby Carter is dealing with her father's shocking revelation from book one. This sets her on a path to discover more about her family that she never even knew existed. And perhaps in tracking down this long-lost loved one, she'll also be able to help her father. Morgan, as usual, keeps us guessing throughout the novel and just when we think we've got it figured out, she throws yet another twist at us. I can't say much more without giving away all the twists, but I will say that Morgan writes so very well and she sprinkles humor throughout the novel to keep you smiling, even while reading a very dark story.
This book is a definite read as is the entire series. So read this one, then move on to Book 3 (Brother's Keeper) to see how the whole saga ends.
Very well-written. Great story line. Good suspense and twist endings. Well worth the money and time.
Libby doesn't believe him,why would he confess, but agrees to look into the case.
What she finds are so many twists and turns to the real story. Now she believes that her father is really innocent, but,if so, who is the killer?
Great book and looking forward to the next one.