Book Review: Inconclusive Death - an Aaron Blake Mystery by Carol Carroll
|4 stars, 1 review|
Carol Carrollabout this book: I have loved stories since I was old enough to sit still and be read to. My only problem was finding someone who had the time. I could not wait to go to school so I could learn how to read by myself. I was one happy little gal when I could look at the words and read what Dick and Jane were doing on each page!
Playing anything make-believe was also a favorite pastime. My imagination could take me to the most fascinating places. I often directed plays for the neighborhood kids to put on for our folks. So I guess I was destined to make up stories of my own. And that's what I do, and I still love reading and writing a good story and using my imagination.
One of my favorite genres is mystery. If there is something to be figured out as I read, I hate to put a book down. With Inconclusive Death, my goal was to keep my readers guessing through the twists and turns of the story to see if they could figure out who or what did in Victor Ackerman.
So dear readers snuggle up with a warm blanket, a cup of hot chocolate or coffee, and enjoy a little mystery in your life.
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Aaron BlakeI am a mystery reader and love to guess what happened. Inconclusive death kept me guessing to the very end. I am waiting for the next book.
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