The Secrets We Keep: Suspense with a Dash of Humor (A Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery Book 3) Kindle Edition
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These books are about a therapist and her 12 step AA program. Read it, enjoy it - they will make you smile.
While I quibble with Letty’s purposefully placing herself and her sobriety in danger, especially given her day job, I still enjoyed this third entry in the series. I like the interaction between Letty and Beth, the 12-step references are spot on, and the descriptions of meetings ring true. I learned a little more about the relationship between Letty and her estranged sister. Not to give anything away, but that’s probably not going to end well for either of them – Letty’s sister is still an unrepentant alcoholic, and Letty has difficulty bridging that gap since her sister is taking her sobriety as rejection. In addition to eventually figuring out who the killer is, Letty stumbles into romance (in a bar, no less), with a hunk named Eli. He's a good addition to the list of recurring characters.
For me, this was a nice mix of mystery a smattering of romance, and accurate representation of 12-step programs. I’ll be reading more in this series.
I don't want to dig into the plot too much and spoil things, so I'll quickly summarize and say that I was able to see why Letty choose to turn into Sherlock [in mysteries I usually become annoyed with the leads for being nosy when they turn into aumter sleuths and place themselves in danger], and I didn't work out who the killer was until Letty herself did.
It's Letty at her humorous, self-effacing best. Donna White Glaser manages to make readers smile while worrying about Letty's safety--a tricky feat well done!
The writing is good and I find myself laughing out loud enough to turn heads. That's how much I enjoy her books. There's mystery, suspense,a little romance and great characters. So if you find yourself looking for something to read, I highly recommend starting with the first book in the series: The Enemy We Know. I'm off to buy book number 4 The Blood We Spill. Remember, I said I was addicted. Anyone know a good therapist?
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