2 stars · Contemporary · Female sleuth · Mystery

Embellished to Death

★★

22537857[1]By Christina Freeburn

When Faith Hunter agrees to help PI Bob Roget find an identity thief at a local scrapbook retreat, her friendly croppers’ weekend quickly morphs into a dangerous one. As croppers share their own memories, a killer collects them for her new identity, and doesn’t appreciate Faith in the picture.

Faith struggles to balance her professional, detecting and personal lives as threats and secrets keep her off-balance. Things turn deadly when a woman is killed and Faith is blackmailed. Truth and lies collide when Faith discovers croppers aren’t the only ones embellishing, and the results might end her life.

My review

I received the book as an ARC and I’m honestly not sure if I would have read the book otherwise; the main reason being that I really, really dislike stories written in first person. Besides the first person writing, the story line is good, so I would still recommend the book if you don’t mind the first person part.

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