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ISBN: 9781628308327 Paperback
ISBN: 9781628308334 Digital
March 13, 2015
The Wild Rose Press
294 Pages
Contemporary, Suspense
Rating: 3 cups

Laura Friday is a New York investigative reporter who has come home to Cole Harbor, Maine to recuperate from a gunshot wound. However, she finds more than she wants while picnicking with her aunt; a woman's skeletal remains. Crazy, because there is no murder in small towns right?

Bryan Cole is a park ranger who makes it very apparent he is interested in Laura. He is also hoping the temporary sheriff, Mitch, is not his competition. Laura lets Bryan know she is not interested in anything else but friendship, and he realizes he has a lot to prove to win her over.

Laura has been feeling guilty that she is to blame for her best friend's death. She has been battling her own physical pain as well, yet she starts realizing her life may be in danger when white roses start appearing for her. Who can she trust with her life and her heart?

I love books with lots of suspense, great characters, and some romance tossed in for great measure. Murder in the Mist has all that, yet as well as I enjoyed the book I am so disappointed in the ending. All I can say without giving it away is a cliff-hanger; continued in another book. Although I do love series books, I personally love when each stands on its own. Sadly that was my reasoning in only a 3 cup.

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