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Thursday, August 19, 2021

Book Review: To Kill For by A.J. Carella

    Jamie McKay belongs to the most prestigious family in Brecon Point, a town in the southern part of the United States. She's dating the son of the second most prestigious family in the town, Ted Coleman, and he surprises Jamie by proposing to her at her 21st birthday party. Everyone is thrilled that the couple's engagement solidified a powerful merger of the two families, or so it seemed.

    To Kill For is a story of murder, lies, and intrigue; and the book in many ways reminded me of the television show Dallas that I enjoyed watching years ago. I was enthralled by this book to the very end, but I was slightly disappointed with the ending because one important detail was never fully explained. Overall, I recommend others to read it.

     My Rating: ★★★★☆

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