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Smoke and Mirrors (Sloane Monroe Book 8) Kindle Edition
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2. Rosecliff Manor Haunting
3. Blackthorn Manor Haunting
4. Belle Manor Haunting - 2020 New Release!
Sloane Monroe Mystery/Thriller Series
1. Black Diamond Death
2. Murder in Mind
3. I Have a Secret
4. Stranger in Town - Shamus Award Finalist
5. Bed of Bones - USA Today Bestseller
6. Hush Now Baby - USA Today Bestseller
7. Gone Daddy Gone - USA Today Bestseller
8. Smoke and Mirrors - 2020 USA Today Bestseller
Sloane Monroe Shorts
(with characters from the main series)
1. Flirting with Danger
2. Dead of Night
Sloane Monroe Stories - Mystery Novella Series
(with characters from the main series)
1. Deadly Sins: Sloth
2. Deadly Sins: Wrath
3. Deadly Sins: Lust
4. Deadly Sins: Greed - 2020 New Release!
5. Deadly Sins: Envy - 2020 New Release!
Stand Alone Mystery/Thriller Novels
1. Eye for Revenge - USA Today Bestseller
2. The Perfect Lie
3. Hickory Dickory Dead - USA Today Bestseller
4. Roadkill - New Release! - 2019 USA Today Bestseller
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- Publication Date : August 25, 2019
- File Size : 2064 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 225 pages
- Publisher : Pixie Publishing (August 25, 2019)
- ASIN : B07SM2SPQ3
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #352 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Second, one of the characters (Petey) was not explained. Did he die of suicide? Why was he still in the book as a friend to John? I don't like loose ends like this.
Third, I read the 8 book series and somewhere between book 7 and 8, Nick's wife was murdered! ???
Top reviews from other countries
The killer, however, has his own agenda. He doesn’t like to be misrepresented and takes action to punish anyone who lies or speculates wrongly about what he did.
It’s all set for another pulsating case where Sloane disregards her own safety to track down and apprehend the killer.
As this is one my favourite private eye series, I wondered whether moving the story to Australia would make any difference. Not at all. Sloane’s her usual tenacious self, risking life and limb, putting herself in danger and disregarding those who try to get in her way. It means this is another pulsating, edge of seat investigation, filled with suspense, danger and a few more insights into her troubled past.
While you could read this as a standalone, like any series, you’ll miss much of the character development and some great investigations along the way.
She did do that "thing" she's done before where she adds 'hmmm' to the end of a sentence. It's highly irritating, though in this story it was only the once, thankfully. We heard a description of a bloke that was the kindest person one minute and would then explode over something insignificant....Sloane's observation ? He sounded perfectly bipolar !!! I've heard some guff before, but come on, Sloane ! He's just got a short temper ! We also never got to know how old both Grace and Tommy were.....so when Tommy had a conversation with Sloane it seemed way too grown-up to me, but then it may not have been, depending on how old he was. She also referred to one character as a boy and I had thought he was an adult and we come to learn later that he was 34 !! So she didn't help with confusing matters.
There were a couple of dodgy mistakes, spelling idle as idol (!!) and flair as flare and this line speaks for itself, "James and Noel were talking on the back patio, talking."
I like how the smoke and mirrors of the titles DOES actually feature in the book. That's a rare thing these days. So many times I finish a book and look at the cover and title and wonder what the hell either thing had to do with what I'd just read !
This was a really intriguing story and I flew through it so I hope we have a new Sloane story soon !