Murder at Honeybee Lake (Shadow of Doubt Book 2) by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Charlisa Wahtomy-Alba

Randy Fletcher and his boyfriend, Ben, are living a nice quiet life on Honeybee Lake in the small town of Murray, New Hampshire. He feels safe here and finds solace after getting out of an abusive relationship. While out enjoying the beauty of the lake Ben discovers a dead body. When the body is later identified as his ex-boyfriend Randy doesn’t want to believe it. How can that be his ex when his ex was supposed to have died a few years prior? When he is arrested for murder he doesn’t know what to do or who to call. His sister Mandy steps in and calls the last person Randy wants to see. Will he refuse the help and take his chances or will he accept the help and hopefully beat this charge? When Mandy hears the news about Randy she drops everything to prove her brothers innocence. But when her sister-in-law who can communicate with the dead points the finger at Randy who is she to believe? Will they be able to find the culprit before Randy has the book thrown at him?

This is the second book in the Shadow of a Doubt series. Just like with the first book in the series, Rebecca Remains, the main characters keep you invested. I have come to enjoy books by this author very much. Due to some of the content talked about in this book I would not recommend it to anyone under the age of 18. I am looking forward to the next installment in this series. I can’t wait to see what the author has up her sleeve.

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