The Drowning Girls (Detective Josie Quinn #13), by Lisa Regan

The Drowning Girls by Lisa Regan

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Phew… After the disappointing book 12 I was afraid I might have had a fatal overdose of Josie Quinn.

This thirteenth book in the series was firmly on-track again, though, and mostly free of the overbearing ghost of you-know-who.

In fact, despite the fact this is a mass-produced series, the premise is interesting enough (notoriously good girl vanishes, her and her family’s dirty laundry comes to light, piece by piece…), the plot keeps thickening and while I did see the twist at the end coming, I enjoyed how it was handled.

All in all, a very Josie Quinn’ish book and a worthy instalment in the series.

Four out of five stars.

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