The Murder Book by Lissa Marie Redmond | Review

The Murder Book | Lissa Marie Redmond | Midnight Ink | Pub: February 8, 2019 | Pages: 304

This book got my attention right from the very first chapter!! Trust me, you will get sucked in!

This is a typical police procedural, where the two main detectives are Lauren and Reese, two cold case detectives. I absolutely loved the relationship between Lauren and Reese. It’s complete platonic, at this point, but the way they interact as partners and are always there for each other, love love love! I will be reading the rest of the series, because YES it’s a series people! There are already 5 books. I’m behind.

This was a pretty short read, full of action and full of twists! I’m definitely a Lissa Marie Redmond fan now! BONUS: She is a retired cold-case homicide detective! This really adds an extra layer to the book!

Thank you to Midnight Ink for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


Cold case detective Lauren Riley wakes up in the hospital certain of two things: she was stabbed and left for dead...and the person who did it was a cop.

After being brutally stabbed at her desk late one night, Lauren Riley works her way backwards through the haze to piece together who attacked her and why. A mysterious phone message forces her to enlist the help of a retired lieutenant to track down a witness who is desperate not to be found. As she digs into the Buffalo Police Department's hidden past she uncovers a terrible secret, one a fellow officer would kill to protect.


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