Wednesday, May 11, 2016

review: the tender mercy of roses by anna michaels

When a disgraced former police detective finds the body a rodeo circuit star, she ends up uncovering long held family secrets. The Tender Mercy of Roses had many of the right elements for a great novel, but the predictability of the murder mystery combined with the overly flowery descriptions made it a less than compelling read. Another distracting factor was how the deceased Pony Jones came across as much younger than the 26 years of age she was stated to be.
3/5
Review copy provided by the publisher, Gallery Books.

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