Book Review: Julianna Deering’s “Murder On The Moor”

There are no words to express how I feel after reading Julianna Deering‘s latest mystery “Murder On The Moor”. It literally leaves you speechless.

Only two seemingly unrelated murders guide Drew Farthering , his buddy Nick and Drew’s wife Madeline throughout most of the book (which is about Drew’s friend Beaky and his wife Sabrina being terrified by the crimes plaguing their quiet neighborhood.) The dim setting (Bloodworth Park Lodge on the moor) didn’t help our unofficial detectives in the least! From the milkman to the gamekeeper, everyone seems like a suspect including an innocent blind girl. Of course, it’s a case of mistaken identity that hinders our detectives and police from finding out the deviant culprit until the very end.

This book is for readers with alot of free time and fans of guessing game mysteries. If you want plenty of opportunities to solve the case on your own, this book is perfect for you!

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

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2 Responses to Book Review: Julianna Deering’s “Murder On The Moor”

  1. deannadodson says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed the book. Thank you so much for the review. 🙂

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