The Last Dance (The Sorrel Janes Mysteries) by Lonna Enox – Review by Erin Wolf

The Last DanceThe Last Dance by Lonna Enox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give The Last Dance by Lonna Enox, 4 stars.

Sorrel moved to Saddle Gap to start over. She remembers visiting as a kid, and the fact that her aunt left her the house made it seem like the perfect place. No one knows her here and she can finally be safe. But when people start dying shortly after she arrives, police detective Chris starts wondering. Stuff like this doesn’t normally happen in his sleepy town. Is Sorrel guilty? If not is it somehow connected to her? He knows she has secrets, but what does it all mean?

This was a really good suspense novel. I have not read this author before so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Sorrel and her cat are great characters, as is Chris. The secondary characters are also so interesting. I would love to see another book with more about this town. The story itself was so good. It harkens back to the Agatha Christie stories and makes for quite a puzzle. You slowly find out what is going on as you get further in, but there are twists coming you will never see. And I was second-guessing the guilty party until the very end.

This is a great suspense/whodunit with an interesting storyline and I highly recommend it.

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