Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
I picked up this book because I was in the mood for a mystery. This clean read kept me reading to see who the killer was to the very end. I have to admit that I usually can pick out the killer but in this case I was wrong! (Don’t worry, I won’t spoil that part of the book, check it out for yourself!)
This book strongly represents traditional values and Christianity. The two main characters, the lead detectives, were well rounded out and approachable. While the “age and stage” of the characters did not apply to me personally, the basic human elements of their every day lives and friendship with one another makes them endearing and relevant. Their late-in-life appreciation for computer and video game technology and love of reading mystery novels keeps them entertaining on and off the case.
The book can be read as a stand alone although it is a part of a series.
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