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2 thoughts on “A Dangerous Descent (Sarah McKinney Mysteries #2)

  1. Betsy Gross Betsy Gross says:

    Marian Exall's second in this series of Sarah McKinney Mysteries surpasses the first in both story line and writing skill In this second book Sarah is called upon to find a lost daughter and her search takes her to southern France Once the story got underway I found myself dropped into place and time and didn't come up for air until I finished reading the last page There is a story within this story how Sarah's search for this lost daughter trigger her own unfinished childhood traumas treating me to an onion peeling seuence on several levels Very well doneI highly recommend it but I also recommend starting with the first book before reading this one Sarah's personality and inner anguish play a bigger role in this second book and I am glad I got to know her well by reading the first mystery before this one


  2. Marilyn Marilyn says:

    I bought this little book by a local author at a recent literary event She suggested that I buy this her second book instead of the first because it was better I must say that it kept me engrossed and I think she has a good thing going The mystery itself was intriguing and I enjoyed the fact that it took me to France Exhall did a nice job of fleshing out the characters for the most part view spoilerHowever I felt that in humanizing her protagonist Sarah McKinney she made her a bit whiney It seemed like she was always explaining how she felt rather than simply having moments of weakness here and there I thought the book was strongest at the beginning and middle leaving some ambiguity in the end Perhaps Exall is expecting to flesh some of that out in the next McKinney mystery hide spoiler


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A Dangerous Descent (Sarah McKinney Mysteries #2) ❴EPUB❵ ✰ A Dangerous Descent (Sarah McKinney Mysteries #2) Author Marian Exall – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Sarah McKinney lawyer and international mediatorIn the award winning second book in this mystery series an offer to help her mentor locate his estranged daughter takes Sarah to the Dordogne region of Sarah McKinney lawyer and international mediatorIn the award winning second book in this mystery series an offer to help her mentor locate his estranged daughter takes Sarah to the Dordogne region of rural France There she uncovers a troubled history that parallels her own To rescue the woman she has A Dangerous PDF or come to find she must confront danger as well as her own demons First place for International Mystery and Crime in the CLUE awards Chanticleer Reviews.

2 thoughts on “A Dangerous Descent (Sarah McKinney Mysteries #2)

  1. Betsy Gross Betsy Gross says:

    Marian Exall's second in this series of Sarah McKinney Mysteries surpasses the first in both story line and writing skill In this second book Sarah is called upon to find a lost daughter and her search takes her to southern France Once the story got underway I found myself dropped into place and time and didn't come up for air until I finished reading the last page There is a story within this story how Sarah's search for this lost daughter trigger her own unfinished childhood traumas treating me to an onion peeling seuence on several levels Very well doneI highly recommend it but I also recommend starting with the first book before reading this one Sarah's personality and inner anguish play a bigger role in this second book and I am glad I got to know her well by reading the first mystery before this one

  2. Marilyn Marilyn says:

    I bought this little book by a local author at a recent literary event She suggested that I buy this her second book instead of the first because it was better I must say that it kept me engrossed and I think she has a good thing going The mystery itself was intriguing and I enjoyed the fact that it took me to France Exhall did a nice job of fleshing out the characters for the most part view spoilerHowever I felt that in humanizing her protagonist Sarah McKinney she made her a bit whiney It seemed like she was always explaining how she felt rather than simply having moments of weakness here and there I thought the book was strongest at the beginning and middle leaving some ambiguity in the end Perhaps Exall is expecting to flesh some of that out in the next McKinney mystery hide spoiler

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