Book Review of All the Beautiful Brides (Graveyard Falls, Bk 1)

All the Beautiful Brides (Graveyard Falls, Bk 1)
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Thirty years ago, 3 teenage girls were found dead at the foot of a waterfall .. all were wearing a white wedding gown, all had a red rose, thorns and all, stuffed down their throat and then strangled. A young man was accused, tried, convicted and is now up for release.

Now it looks like the killing spree has started again. Once more, a young woman is found dead by the waterfalls, almost identical to the earlier killings.

And thus starts the race to find the murderer before another life is lost.

I've liked all of this author's Romantic Suspense books. Yes, there's some romance, but the majority of the book deals with the FBI looking for a killer, a woman who is searching for her birth mother, a journalist looking to make a name for herself covering this case, a sheriff dying from a brain tumor who may have railroaded a man into jail so many years ago.

This book pretty much has it all ... half-truths, all out lies, and lots and lots of old secrets.

Many thanks to NetGalley / Amazon Publishing for furnishing this uncorrected proof in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.