Mystery/Suspense/Thriller

The Girl in the Moss by Loreth Anne White

The Girl in the Moss

Angie Pallorino is adjusting to her new job as a private investigator with Coastal Investigations after having lost her badge with the MVPD while her love James Maddocks is tagged to head up a new and vital unit within the department. While off at a well-deserved romantic getaway to focus on their relationship, they’re drawn into the discovery of a skeleton near their vacation site. After the remains are identified, Angie is hired to find out what happened to the victim in the days leading up to that person’s disappearance.

 

 

Every story just gets better than the last as this one grabs you from the onset and just won’t let you go. It’s got everything from the intrigue in Port Ferris where the body was found to the drama going on with Angie as she struggles to find her identity after no longer being a detective. And, a cold case for the MVPD’s new iMit unit factors in as well as some internal queries. There’s much going on but we see Angie finding her own way not only with the investigation but in her personal journey. I’ve waited to witness this since the first book.

The pace is almost perfect, especially the last 30% of the book as it races to a stunning, exciting and heart stopping resolution. Settle in as you will not be able to put the book down after that point. At least I couldn’t. I’m really hoping this isn’t the last one in the series because I want more of Angie, Maddocks and Horgenson!

Book Info

  • Release Date: June 12, 2018
  • Series: Angie Pallorino #3
  • Page Numbers: 398

 

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(I received an advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review)

24 thoughts on “The Girl in the Moss by Loreth Anne White”

    1. This series has a continuing story arc, even though there are new mysteries in each book so I’d recommend starting with the first book. It’s very provocative and strongly atmospheric. This third book resolves many of the issues introduced from the beginning.

      Hope this helps, Alexandra!

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