Twin Murder Mix-Up

Books Review, First Line Friday, Love Inspired, Romantic Suspense, Writing Spot

Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

Twin Murder Mix-Up by Sami A. Abrams.

A case of mistaken identity… has lethal results

After capturing a murder on her camera, photographer Amy Baker becomes the next target—but her identical twin is killed instead. Now on the run with her sister’s newborn, Amy has only one person to turn to—Detective Keith Young, her childhood crush. But when they discover Keith is the baby’s father, can he regain Amy’s trust to keep them safe…before the killer strikes again?

From Goodreads

Author Information

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[Graphic Text]: Cool air blasted from the car vents.

My Review

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

Twin Murder Mix-Up by Sami A. Abrams is the second book in her Deputies of Anderson County romantic suspense series from Love Inspired.

There are two reasons I was excited to read this book: first, we met Keith in the first book in the series and I couldn’t wait to read his story; second, the premise of this story, that the wrong twin was murdered, completely intrigued me.

And the story lived up to my expectations! I want to avoid spoilers, so I won’t say much, but the twisting and turning, not just of the case, but of the complicated situation Keith and Amy find themselves, kept me turning the pages. I wanted things to work out for them, but I had no idea how it was going to happen!

This is an entertaining story with the right mix of suspense and sweet romance. Overall, a wonderful read that I highly recommend.

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Amazon | | Indiebound
Goodreads | BookBub

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12 thoughts on “Twin Murder Mix-Up

  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently reading Eloise and the Grump Next Door by St. Clair and Proctor. It is so much fun!
    “The sun is an evil, evil orb.”
    Hope you have a great weekend!

  2. My first line comes from The Finding of Miss Fairfield by Grace Hitchcock:
    Sophia Fairfield’s heart skipped at the sight if Mother holding a damp handkerchief to her eyes as Father and his business partner Prescott Payne , stood before the floor length windows facing Charleston Harbor with their heads together, soeaking in low somber tones over the crackling of the fireplace.

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