Title:Reining in Murder
Author: Leigh Hearon
Series: Book 1 A Carson Stables Mystery
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
Source: Received for review from the library
Star Rating: 4 out 5
Reviewed by: Marlene
She can't believe the evidence that is stacking up against the main suspect and is constantly being warned off him.
Everyone believes he did it, even when he goes missing Annie keeps up her pursuit for the truth, what she believes to be the truth. As she starts picking through the pieces of the deceased's life she is led through a trail of bread crumbs that only leads to more questions than answers. Amidst these tiny revelations she must try to keep her friendship with her long time friend and deal with her half sister that has decided to take up residence.
With all that is going on in Annie's life, professionally and personally she will run herself bone tired before the killer is brought to light. It is a bittersweet ending, truth prevailed but at a cost. I was excited to read this story because I love horses and it sounded interesting. It didn't disappoint, it also gives (at least me being from a city) a lot of education on horses. It was a great story line and was fast paced, which is what I like. I don't like to be dragged down with a lot of drama.
The characters are very real and likable. Annie is a strong-minded independent women, love that Lavender the free spirit, Dan the voice of reason and Jaun, he didn't have the biggest role in the story but he came through in the end. Looking forward to the next book.
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