Cause Of Death by Jeffery Deaver @JefferyDeaver @NetGalley #fiction #bookblogger #bookreview

Kaceey’s Review:

How well do you really know your spouse?

Jon thought he knew his wife Patience. (Or his pet name for her – Pax). But he is soon to discover that there may be pieces of her last that she kept from him.

Jon heard the news that his wife Pax was killed in an accident on a mountain road. Her car drove off the shoulder and tumbled down the embankment. The police are quick to say it was an accident. But Jon believes there must be something more. He thinks she may have been murdered! But who would kill his wife? And why?

This was a super quick short story that I read in only a sitting. I was intrigued right from the start what secrets would unfold.

This would have made for a great full length book with the characters given more time to develop. But Jeffrey Deaver provides enough depth to give you the connection you need.

I’ve read most every book written by this author and he never disappoints!

Thank you to NetGalley and Amazon Original Stories.

9 thoughts on “Cause Of Death by Jeffery Deaver @JefferyDeaver @NetGalley #fiction #bookblogger #bookreview

  1. Oh, you’re tempting me! I’ve only read one Deaver book before and enjoyed it. Excellent review, Kaycee💜

    Question for you. I’ve put off reading the Lincoln Rhyme series because I watched the movie, The Bone Collector (MANY years ago) and don’t do well reading the book after the movie. What do you think?

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    1. I am the same way Jonetta. I never read the book if I’ve already watched the movie. So I skipped The The Bone Collector movie. Maybe start with book two of the Series?🤷🏻‍♀️🤞 It’s a fabulous series!

      I do hope you pick up this stand alone short story! It’s a great one! 🤓📚💖

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    1. With all the new authors putting out such amazing reads sometimes our long standing ones take a backseat. Hope you enjoy this one if you decide to pick this one up.🤓📚💖

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  2. Nice review Kaceey. It sounds like an enjoyable short read. I have never read a Jeffrey Deaver book, but I watched the series based on The Bone Collector and I enjoyed it.

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