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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Samantha Bassett

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Madeline and her husband Mike own and run the MDPI as well as a party-planning company called Current Events. Madeline and Mike attend an event at the home of Troy and Tara Richardson for their fifth wedding anniversary. After escaping from the party early, the couple gets a call from their former rival in the PI business, Russell Barnett. Russell asks them to take the lead in finding his nephew, Dylan, who has been missing for six days. After a short night of sleep, Madeline receives a phone call from Troy Richardson. His wife, Tara, has disappeared, and he wants them to help him find her.

There are 3 people that need to be found, Dylan and his girlfriend, Paige, and Tara Richardson. Trying to put the puzzle pieces together for both of these cases can really stress a couple out. It is not easy to handle one missing person’s case, but two at the same time is near impossible. Madeline’s curious attitude has her frantically trying to make sense of the disappearance of Dylan and his girlfriend while trying to bring her client’s wife home safely.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Jonell Collins

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cynthia Hamilton does it again in Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6). How I love Madeline and Mike. The rapport they have between them is unique and endearing. The romance in these mysteries is always low key but it’s always there, and in excellent taste. Two mysteries in one in this excellent read. I must confess I had one of them about half figured out but couldn’t quite get there with the other one. A great mystery and well worth your time.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ive really enjoyed this series and each book gets better than the previous. I love a good mystery and this was a great one to dive into and grt lost in the pages and twists and turns the case took.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Heather Lovelace

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hamilton continues to thrill me with this series and this latest caper certainly lives up to my expectations. I love the relationship between the main characters and how it has progressed throughout the series. And I LOVE this new situation Mike and Madeline find themselves in. Hamilton provides the perfect push and pull. If you enjoy a good crime caper and witty leads to connect with, you will love this book and series.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
Four Stars

Houses of Deception is the sixth book in the Madeline Dawkins series by Cynthia Hamilton. This book is the best book in this series, so far. I would highly recommend you read this series in order. Although, each book is a complete story and can be a standalone, you will get the full backstory if you read the series from the beginning. This book is both thrilling and suspenseful, as the rest of the books in the series Ms. Hamilton keeps you guessing right until the end. Madeline and Mike are on the case, well two cases, and they are finding that neither case is as it first seemed. The twists and turns had me up late into the night trying to figure out the mysteries of the cases. Ms. Hamilton has such a brilliant way of keeping you guessing right until the end. I highly recommend this book, series and author.
Review by @sunbarn

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Candida Hopper

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)
By Cynthia Hamilton

This is such a great series. Each book draws me in and keeps me entertained. This book has Madeline and her husband at it again when they get hired for another case. Madeline has impeccable instincts and it helps her in many ways. This author knows how to weave a story of suspense and intrigue. I am never disappointed when I read a book by her. This book is full of great characters. I recommend this book and series.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Faith Jackson

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Like Cynthia Hamilton’s books of this series, this will keep you on the edge of your seat. I was consumed in this book from start to finish with two stories in one for me. The story with Russell Barnett took on a life of its own as did the other storyline with Cat Kingman. These stories within this book will keep you on the edge! Take a dive down the rabbit hole and enjoy what this has to offer. You won’t be disappointed.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Shelly Kittell

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lies, deception, fraud, treachery…Oh, what a web has been created around two cases that Madeline and Mike are working. One lies around kidnapping and one lies around missing persons. The suspense is set up in such a way that it goes back and forth between cases: yet, intertwined so well that it just meshes like it’s a river. The white boards used to plot out cases. They end up working out cases but they also have law enforcement at their six. The characters are such that you just end up trying to figure out why they did what they did. All the characters end up just meshing together. Their personalities are like a piece of the puzzle and they each have a spot to fill. Running a catering company and a private investigation firm together seemed difficult but Madeline and Mike made it work with the help of Lauren and Samir. This was a fantastic mystery. Highly recommend.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Barbara Stegall

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Barbara Stegall

Mike and Madeline are Private Investigators that have five other books. They are looking into a couple of cases in this book. I feel like I should go back and read the other books to understand all the references to the past. One of the current cases has a tie back to the past. The story is well written and the characters are believable. I will have to say the only down side to this book for me was that I had it figured out early in the book so it was a little hard to finish reading the book. I do like series but for this one I need to start at the beginning to get the full effect I think.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Alexandra Leith

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When I started this book I didn’t realize it was the 6th in the series. When I realized it was I kept reading anyway because the author explained everything in a way that I could understand the story line even though I hadn’t read the other 5. I still LOVED this book. It is a mystery thriller that had me turning each page in anticipation to find out what happened to the missing and why. I cannot wait to go back and read the other 5 books because Cynthia Hamilton’s writing is phenomenal. She drew me into Madeline and Mike’s world and it felt like I was right there with them trying to solve the mystery. I can’t wait to go back to read the other’s.

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