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Blood Mug: Red Farlow Mysteries: #4 by W.F. Ranew-Review by Amanda Kimble

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Blood Mug: Red Farlow Mysteries: #4 by W.F. Ranew

This isn’t the first book I’ve read by Ranew. The author knows how to keep you entertained from the beginning. Red Farlow Mysteries is an amazing series.

Red is up against another crime doer. This time it’s the chairman that’s dead. He injures himself once again. This time by falling off a building. Although he thinks he saw a young woman standing there. The quote I chose for Red is: “I remember that.
Two tanks eventually went up. You could see the smoke from Macon.”

Highly recommended for Crime lovers.

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Heather Lovelace

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and this latest book was exactly what I expected in the best possible way. Red Farlow is an intriguing main character to follow and this latest caper is a page turner in every sense of the word. If you enjoy a good crime caper that will keep you entertained and guessing, this book and series are definite must reads!

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Tausha Treadway

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew. I LOVE this series and this book just became my new favorite. I may have a crush on Red Farlow and its grows with each book. In this installment Red is headed to Atlanta to meet with the Wickham Art Chairman and when he arrives the he finds out the Chairman has been murdered. Red is obviously hired to find out who killed him. While the bodies continue to pile up Red is getting deeper and deeper into the investigation. Each body is murdered by a dagger and its always left in the body. How will this clue help Red figure out who the murderer is? When he finds out their are some very wealthy investors out for blood he gets closer and closer to finding out the truth. You don’t have to read the previous books to understand this book but I really think you will enjoy the series more if you do! If you love murder/mystery books do yourself a favor and read this series today!

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Katie Kearney

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blood Mug: Red Farlow Mysteries: #4 by W.F. Ranew. I like a book that pulls me in effortlessly and keeps me hooked from start to finish. And this book definitely delivered on that. The characters bring the words to life and the storyline had me on the edge of my seat more than once. It kept me guessing and I sometimes find that hard to find in books but this author did it and did it well. It’s a well written book and paced nicely never feeling rushed or lacking.
Four stars and highly recommended.

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Blue Magnolia (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 2) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Sheri Schrader

Blue Magnolia (Red Farlow Mysteries, #2)Blue Magnolia by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blue Magnolia by W.F. Ranew is the second book in the Red Farlow Mysteries series. This can be read as a standalone story and enjoyed. I have been reading the series out of order and enjoying the mysteries that Farlow gets himself involved in. I have been enjoying the character of Red Farlow and his tough persona. This story focuses on family trauma and secrets with lots of twists and turns. I enjoyed the mix of the country music story and a mystery/suspense story. This book kept me on the edge of my seat reading and not wanting to put it down. I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.

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East Beach (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 3) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Sheri Schrader

East Beach (Red Farlow Mysteries: #3)East Beach by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

East Beach by W.F. Ranew is the third book in the Red Farlow Mysteries series. These books can be read as standalone but I’m finding are better enjoyed reading them in order. I am catching up on the books I missed in the series. The story is well written and sets the reader up with twists and turns. Everyone looks forward to retirement but FBI Agent Joseph Trammell is not. When Farlow finds him dying from being shot at home the mystery starts. There are some great twists and suspense involved in the story and it keeps me reading until late at night. I really am enjoying the stories and characters. I look forward to reading more in this series and author in the future.

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Sheri Schrader

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew is the fourth book in the Red Farlow Mysteries series. This can be read as a standalone but I think it would be best enjoyed in order. I started with this book in the series and am going back to the previous books to catch up. This book focused on a murder at an art center with a medieval knife as the weapon. Will PI Red Farlow solve the murder before the killer strikes again? I really enjoyed the character Red Farlow. He is a solid, hard-boiled detective who helps to drive the story. I like the pacing and storyline filled with twists and turns. I look forward to checking out more in this series and from this author in the future.

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Dani Dando

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another fab mystery in the series. A little meaty whodunnit to sink your teeth into. Honestly, these books are brilliant, I go into them not expecting all that much, just a by the numbers inspector stuff, and I always get my socks knocked off.
In this someone has got it in for potters, as Farlow finds one of them dead, a nice big medieval dagger sticking out their back. As always, expect lots of intrigue and twist and turns that will keep you guessing, and wondering if Farlow really will get to the bottom of all the messiness. A solid mystery that I thoroughly enjoyed, but then I have kind of come to expect that of Ranew, he always delivers.

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W. F. Ranew – Review by Cindy Mayberry

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Blood Mug
Red Farlow Mysteries
Book 4
By W.F. Ranew
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Here you go! This is a full length Mystery. Be prepared to be intrigued, as you will not easily put this one down. This could be a standalone. I feel you should read the others in this series. Get familiar with how Red Farlow works. No spoilers in this review.

Red Farlow a private investigator, has brought himself into another Murder Mystery. As he goes to meet with the board member at Wickham Art in Atlanta. What he finds is not what he had thought would be waiting for his arrival. Now Red Farlow has to get some answers and find the murderer before another life is taken.

W. F. Ranew has quite the experience when it comes to this book of mystery. It is well written and will keep you turning the pages. His description of his characters and where they are. Makes you feel like you are right beside Red Farlow. I found myself looking around and jumping at every little noise. That is how I love a great mystery to go. The rollercoaster of the unknown, the twists and turns are gut wrenching, but so good. Well Done W. F. Ranew! Well Done!

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Erin Wolf

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give Blood Mug: Red Farlow Mysteries: #4 by W.F. Ranew, 5 stars.

I have always enjoyed this series and was looking forward to Red’s next adventure. This book didn’t fail to disappoint. Adventure happens right away in the story and then for a little while gets slower. There is a good reason for this though — we are getting background and information on the players in this adventure. While it may seem like a lot, it fits in perfectly when you remember that Red is a private detective and used to be on the force. This is exactly how he goes about things.

Then there is the story itself. It is different from any I have read before and there are quite a few possible reasons for the murder and a whole slew of suspects. You are kept guessing until the end while Red travels back and forth trying get to the bottom of things.

As a modern private eye mystery, I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to those who enjoy this genre. In my opinion, you do not need to read the previous books first, but I do recommend it because they are all wonderful stories.

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