Tin God (Delta Crossroads Mystery Romance) by Stacy Green

Tin God (Delta Crossroads Mystery Romance)

By Stacy Green

  • Release Date: 2013-04-07
  • Genre: Police Procedural
Score: 4.5
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Description

The truth can be as deadly as any weapon.

Jaymee Ballard trusted only one person in Roselea, Mississippi with the secret of her lost daughter. When that person is brutally murdered, it leaves her with heartbreak and a slew of unanswered questions. The eerie similarity to a murder of one of Jaymee's close friends years ago causes her to realize her past has come back to haunt her and may cost her own life.

Years of deception and abuse leave Jaymee with few options and fewer allies. She turns to the widower of her friend--a man struggling with his own demons--to help her find her daughter and identify the killer before he strikes again.

Before all evidence, the truth--and Jaymee's daughter--are lost. 

TIN GOD is a romantic thriller set in a small town. Filled with suspense and featuring a strong female protagonist, this mystery leaves the reader wanting more.

Reviews

  • Enjoyable!

    4
    By Sambii
    I found this book to be quite enjoyable for the most part, with strong, well written characters and the ability to set the scene. I found the last few chapters quite messy though, and had to reread several sections to make proper sense of it. Also, there were a couple of inconsistencies with the timeline described in the book, but overall I did enjoy it and am looking forward to reading more from this author.
  • Disappointing

    1
    By Kadbad888
    Omg I wanted to throw this book away, but being on my iPad I couldn't, I'd hate to think what the heroines mouth actually looked like she bit and chewed her lips and drew blood about a dozen times throughout the book(who does that?) anyway not much more than a mills and boon book
  • Tin God

    5
    By Lesthepom
    Well written nuanced characters, had to read in one sitting, frighteningly realistic.

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