Saturday, May 22, 2021

eARC Book review: Deathtoll (Broslin Creek #8) by Dana Marton


Available May 25th 2021
eARC Provided by author

Kate and Murph are back in Broslin Creek, thinking they're safe, their worst enemy dead. But soon people around Kate begin to die under suspicious circumstances, and she and Murph must face the terrible realization that Asael followed them home, and not only are their lives in danger, but also the lives of the townspeople who took Kate in years ago.

This is the stunning conclusion to the Broslin Creek series. It doesn't disappoint with the edge of your seat writing. This series started with Kate and Murph and how they ended up in witness protection. Now the danger is over and they are back in Broslin Creek and Kate is questioning their relationship. While she's keeping Murph at arms length they find their old enemy isn't dead like they thought. They are in danger as well as all their family and friends. This is not for the feint of the heart. I had to take a break or two reading this because of the some of the suspense elements. This book starts off quick and keeps that pace. Kate's indecision drove me nuts sometimes and is finally explained at the end but poor Murph has the patience of a saint. I think you can read this as a stand alone but would be much better if you read the series as a whole or at least book one. I have not read all the books in this series yet but definitely look forward to reading the ones I have missed. Definitely a thrilling read. 

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