REVIEW: The Lily Branch by Carole Pitt

I received this book free courtesy of the author

Rating: 2.5 stars

“Elizabeth stared at Jerome. Even in death, she appeared to be posing for the camera.”

The Book
In the midst of tackling her personal problems, DI Elizabeth Jewell investigates her biggest case, the murder of top fashion model Lily Jerome.
After a second body turns up on an isolated farm, Jewell searches for a link between the crimes.

My Thoughts
This book fell very flat. There was no excitement in the chase. It didn’t feel right. It just didn’t flow. I was terribly disappointed by the book. I expected better.

The writing isn’t bad. The book is well written and the sentences coherent but I wasn’t getting any feeling off the book. I was easily distracted. The details were
often irrelevant. Too much information that didn’t add anything to the story.

Too much was happening and the end of the book felt too rushed.

It wasn’t a terrible read but it could have been a lot better.

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