Pocket Full of Posies by L.A. Kennedy

Pocket Full of Posies by L.A. Kennedy
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full length (197 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Ring-a-round the Rosie, a pocket full of posies, Ashes! Ashes! We all fall down.

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Now, after three years, the FBI has come to her for help. Front and center is Mary’s newfound love interest, Special Agent Brock Hale. Mary’s life changes once again as a seemingly straightforward consultation cartwheels out of control. Mary is now the target and those she loves are at risk.

The killer leaves shocking crime scenes that stain the minds of all who work them. The relentless manhunt can only end in a chilling confrontation with the essence of pure psychological evil. Active until the rhyme ends and with no time to spare, the team is pulled down a strange, twisted path of smoke and mirrors, where anyone could be next and the victims can be as guilty as the killer.

Imagine leaving for work when you’re not supposed to be there, but you’ve been called in for an emergency. Upon your return home you find your dead husband in the hallway. And after you have moved countries and tried to rebuild your life, the man you are having sex with turns out to be FBI, and bringing you into a case you really don’t want to be involved in.

This book is definitely a dark psychological thriller with romantic elements. The relationship between our two main characters takes a back seat to the whodunit part of the story, and moves very quickly in fits and starts. This is a very descriptive book, which might not be a good thing if you have a weak stomach! It did seem a bit disjointed to me at times, with some of the characters having a distinctive, but sometimes hard to follow, way of speaking.

This isn’t a book to ‘enjoy’, but it is one that will keep you gripped. So long as you don’t mind blood and guts (literally), then I have no hesitation in recommending it.

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