Book Review: Julianna Deering’s “Death By The Book”

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A true criminal can be the most harmless one.

Julianna Deering‘s second book in the Drew Farthering mystery series is much better than the first. A total of four extremely innocent people are murdered in “Death By The Book” by a person who uses two things, hatpins and quotes from classic literature. Drew, Nick and his doting girlfriend Madeline are stumped on who could possibly kill three men and a woman from four drastically different backgrounds.

Drew takes it upon himself to personally discover who is behind the murders. In the process, the readers get sucked into a world full of suspicious colorful characters with their own agendas. However, the murderer even went as far as to consider killing his beloved girlfriend.

I’m not a fan of murder mysteries, but “Death By The Book” proved to be an intriguing novel that kept me guessing until the very end. I would have never guessed who the true person behind the murders were…. not in a million years.

*BTSCelebs thanks Bethany House for the complimentary copy of the book.*

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About BTSCelebs

My name is Kristy Moody. I'm the author of "Moody" and the Moody Chills series ....#1 "Neewollah Murder" and #2 "Mystery Intruder". Editor and writer since 2006. Find me @ShellyM86
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2 Responses to Book Review: Julianna Deering’s “Death By The Book”

  1. deannadodson says:

    Thanks so much for the review. I’m glad you enjoyed the book. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Julianna Deering (DeAnna Dodson)

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