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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Review: Death and the Redheaded Woman by Loretta Ross




Next Up for Auction: Murder
When auctioneer Wren Morgan begins cataloging the contents of the Campbell mansion, she’s unprepared to find something that can’t be appraised—a dead man. After the body turns out to be a criminal with ties to a recent jewel heist, Wren comes face-to-face with Death Bogart. A private eye and part-time bounty hunter, Death is searching for the stolen jewels needed to convict a murderer.
Death finds a friend and willing ally in Wren, but they aren’t the only ones searching for treasure. Two ruthless men are also on the hunt, and they will do anything to eliminate the competition. To survive, Death and Wren must solve two mysteries spanning a century and a half and outwit a pair of cold-blooded killers.


Okay as a Ginger I just knew I had to read this book and I'm so glad that I did if I could give it a higher rating I would. This story gave me so many of the things I love in a great story; a fabulous location, well-developed and entertaining characters, more than one mystery, laughter, tears, history and heartache and above all a happy ending!  Death Bogart is a gritty, authentic hero and I think I lost my heart to him faster than the heroine did. Wren is just so darn likable that I can't imagine anyone not wanting to get to know as much as possible about her. I loved watching her interact with her lovable coworkers. I enjoyed everything about this story, including the jerkwad who bothered Wren because you always love to see the jerkwad get his payback. I certainly hope there will be additional adventures for this highly entertaining duo because I've already added them to the top of my must-read list.