Book Review: The Library by Carmen DeSousa

f8ad5-thelibraryAs usual Carmen DeSousa delivers a top notch whodunit suspense. The Library had me on the edge of my seat wondering and guessing who the killer was. Mark Waters the detective is a great character. A cop through and through he's the protective and chivalrous male lead I've come to expect from a DeSousa novel.

The dialogue in this book is a lot more natural and a little less formal in this book as compared to some of her earlier books.

All in all a great book. Carmen DeSousa's books just keep getting better and better. My one complaint is the amount "oh my god" is used. Though that's just a personal preference of mine I would have rather the book did without that.

As for a clean the clean content there is some descriptive kissing and it is implied that there is sex.

I'm giving The Library by Carmen DeSousa 4 out of 5 stars.

When Mark Waters decided to be a detective, he didn't plan to investigate ghosts.

But as he sifts through evidence of a supposed suicide by train, he learns a murder that took place eighty years ago may directly affect his case.

Six months after the strange occurrences at The Depot, there’s another murder. This time, The Library holds secrets of several murders, and the dead won’t rest until the murderer checks out too

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