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ARC Review: Guilty Knowledge

Happy March Everyone!

I had the honor of reviewing an advanced reader’s copy of Guilty Knowledge from the amazing Linda Griffin. This book is full of twists, turns, and serial killers. It sucked me in from the first page and wouldn’t let me go until the very end!

The book description comes from the Goodreads website:

“Detectives Jesse Aaron and Camille Farris have no leads in the murder of Rosa Logan when pretty blonde Sariah Brennan claims to have seen the killer—in a vision. Unfortunately the man she identifies is dead—or is he?

Sariah is an unsophisticated small town girl, but her background and her motives are mysterious Jesse is increasingly convinced that she has guilty knowledge of the crime, even as he finds himself more and more attracted to her. Can he and Camille unravel the web of secrets before the killer strikes again?”

Detective Jesse Aaron just wants to figure out who is killing these women, and get them off the streets before he kills again. His world is turned upside down when Sariah Brennan walks into the station, and tells him she knows who the killer is. Jesse knows that Sariah is hiding something from him, and he is determined to figure out what it is. As he learns more about the mystery that is Sariah, he finds himself slowly falling for her. Can Jesse get to the bottom of what’s going on before it’s too late or will the killer strike again before Jesse can get his answers?

This book is mainly told from Jesse’s point of view, and it had me hooked from the very first sentence. Every time I thought I knew were the story was going, BOOM, Linda throws the reader a curve ball that you never saw coming. I loved learning more about Jessie and Sariah as the book progressed. I feel in love with these characters, and I honestly hope we see more of them in future books to come. The ending is nothing that you expect, and you get to solve the crime along with Jesse and his partner Camille. If you are looking for an exciting crime fighting book mixed with mystery and romance, than you need to pick up a copy of this amazing book when it is released on March 9, 2020.

Go find a killer and help Jesse discover the truth my dear sleuths!

Guilty Knowledge

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