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Murder My Past by Delia C. Pitts

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Title: Murder My Past
Author: Delia C. Pitts
Genre: Fiction, Hard-boiled Mystery

Series: A Ross Agency Mystery, 5
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication Date: February 16, 2021

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Murder My Past by Delia C. Pitts is a hard-boiled mystery about P.I. Rook solving a personal case to him. His ex-wife enters his life again shortly before she’s murdered and he has taken it upon himself to solve the case.

This is book five in the series and I have not read the previous books. Luckily, I was able to get a good grasp of the story, characters, and setting as if this were a standalone book.

The characters were the strongest element in this book. The plot was engaging and the writing style was well-done but I felt, for a hard-boiled mystery, there wasn’t too much action. Most of the investigation was suspenseful, which did work. But I expected more.

Overall, it was a good read and I’ll be keeping an eye out for the rest of the series.

Murder My Past by Delia C. Pitts


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Murder My Past by Delia C. Pitts is a suspenseful hard-boiled mystery with a lot of twists and turns. With a few different cases to solve, we really delve deeper into the character development, rooting for P.I. Rook all the way.


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