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Review: Lowcountry Boomerang

Title: Lowcountry Boomerang

Series: Liz Talbot Mystery #8

Author: Susan M. Boyer

Release Date: September 3rd, 2019

Rating: 5/5 Stars

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Synopsis from Goodreads: Private investigators Liz Talbot and Nate Andrews are all set to enjoy some quality time on the beach. That’s until they get the news about Darius. Darius DeAndre Baker, star of the hit TV show, Main Street USA, has had enough of the Hollywood highlife. After ten years of visiting everyone else’s hometown, he returns to his own—Stella Maris, South Carolina. But the moving trucks have barely unloaded when Trina Lynn Causby, Darius’s high school girlfriend, turns up dead, and the entire town reels as Darius is arrested. Despite the mounting evidence against him, Liz and Nate believe Darius is innocent. They dig through a scandalously long list of suspects, including Darius’s three ex-wives—who have all arrived in Stella Maris—and his love child with Trina Lynn. But Trina Lynn led a complicated life. She had at least one stalker and two suitors—one with a jealous wife who recently made a deliciously outrageous scene when Trina Lynn turned up at a charity ball. As the danger mounts, Liz and Nate race to find a killer and clear Darius’s name—and keep him alive.

My Review: I adore this series and this book is no different. It was another fabulous mystery to solve with one of my favorite mystery series couples. The story starts off right away with a murder to solve and the pace of the novel was excellent, keeping my interest for the whole time and making it very hard to put down. The mystery itself was well done and not one that was easy to puzzle out. The writing was, as usual, on point. One of my absolute favorite thing about this series is the strength of the main characters relationship and that never waivers. Though this could be read as a standalone do yourself a favor and start at the beginning! They are all worth reading!!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book. All views expressed are my own.

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