A Hasty Grave by Jessie McAlan

A Hasty Grave by Jessie McAlan
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Full (155 pgs)
Rated: 4 stars
Review by Rose

Finding a large hole on one’s property is one thing; finding a body in it the following day is quite another.

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Add to this mix the old Finley-Tennet feud and an elderly Finley’s nebulous recollection of James/Younger outlaw days. Does she have the clue to the cache’s location?

When a second death pushes Rona and Johnny into a deadly game of hide-and-seek with the killer, she learns—nearly too late–just how deeply Johnny still loves her.

After reviewing Book One of the series, I was excited when I was offered the chance to read this and I was not disappointed. Even though it’s the second in a series, I believe people could pick this book up and read it with no problems. Ms. McAlan did a good job explaining what happened in the first book without it being a huge info dump.

I absolutely love the main characters, Rona and Johnny, and their banter back and forth makes me smile. Ms. McAlan does a wonderful job of creating three dimensional characters – not only the main ones, but the people in the town as well.

The mystery itself was well played out, with great clues and action. I love codes and cyphers, so this particular book was right up my alley. I also loved all the historical references in the book. I’m looking forward to book three! Thanks, Ms. McAlan! 4 stars.


  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Thank you for the nice review, Rose. And thanks for hosting this part of the book tour.

  3. Lisa Brown says

    I enjoyed getting to know your book and thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  4. I’m looking forward to checking out the series 🙂

  5. Rita Wray says

    Sounds like a good read.

  6. I’ll log off, now. Thanks again, Rose, for the review and for hosting this leg of the review tour. Good luck to all on the raffle drawing, and thanks for participating!

  7. Pickett Lema says

    Thx for one more tome! Look forward to it!

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