Review of Dead, White and Blue @readeandwrite

Amy Reade is one of those authors who offers several
series to choose from and, IMO, every book I’ve tried has
been a winner. Somehow, I’ve overlooked this series—now
up to five volumes—but, thanks to this review from Mary,
I’m going to fix this omission as soon as I can 😄


Dead, White and Blue

Juniper Junction Holiday, Book #2

Amy M Reade

5 Stars


Summer is getting hotter in Juniper Junction, Colorado.

There’s a firebug on the loose, the townspeople are nervous, and Lilly Carlsen, single mom to two teenagers, has even more to worry about. She’s in charge of the Independence Day celebration, her mother’s mental health is declining, and her son is getting ready to leave for college.

But things are about to get even hotter: when a bistro owner dies at the celebration and Lilly’s best friend is charged with murder, events start hitting close to home. It’s up to Lilly to help clear her friend’s name while at the same time dealing her mom’s worsening forgetfulness as well as a coming-of-age issue under her own roof. (Goodreads)


Lilly still has some problems in her life: the kids are getting older and they do not…

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One thought on “Review of Dead, White and Blue @readeandwrite

  1. I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to see this post here this morning! Thank you very much for the reblog and for your kind words. I hope you enjoy the books! Have a great Friday. 🙂


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