Review: The Inheritance Murders

The Inheritance Murders The Inheritance Murders by E.L. Johnson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This line of the blurb is what grabbed my attention: “In this tale of sex, murder and ghosts, sometimes the hired help is a bit more than average, and sometimes bodies just won’t stay dead.”

I wanted to know more. I needed to know. Sometimes curiosity kills the cat. While this story had a lot of potential, it kept driving me to distraction. Every time I thought I was understanding what was going on, I was thrown for a loop. I enjoyed the fact that I didn’t have a clue to the deceptions that bled through this story, but some things didn’t make complete sense. I couldn’t find a trickle of fondness for any of the characters involved because although the author was descriptive, I didn’t feel like I got to know any of them. What little I did learn, I didn’t really like. However, I liked the way the author explored the paranormal mystery that shrouded the plot. It was intense and suspenseful and gave such an eerie sensation to this story.

So if you like a bit of sex mixed in with some mystery and ghosts, this book may just be what you’re looking for!

Release Date: October 15, 2017
Genre: Paranormal Mystery
POV: Multiple
Heat: 3.5 out of 5
Series/Standalone: Standalone

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