Enthusiastic reviews continue to come in on Amazon and Goodreads--here's what "MTW602" had to say about The Sense of Death:
Matty Dalrymple’s Sense of Death is a good read. There is a hard-boiled detective, Joe Booth, who doesn't believe in psychics ... and a gentle woman, Ann Kinnear, whose insight and feelings about spirits provide Detective Booth with a direction. But that's not enough. Someone else has to intervene and the plot twists from there. The characters are vivid and the action fast-paced. Every once in a while the reader has to scratch his or her head because the end is not apparent or predictable. For anyone who likes mystery stories, put this book on your list.
If you've read the book and haven't posted a review yet, please consider doing so!
Hope to see you at Phoenixville Public Library's Open Mic Night on Monday, April 21 at 7:00pm ...
Spend an enjoyable evening listening to local writers reading from their work. Light refreshments will be served. Reservations are required.
Click here to register.
Brick & Mortar
If you'd like to support local businesses, see the Brick & Mortar page on annkinnear.com for stores carrying The Sense of Death!
Happy haunted reading!