Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The Case of the Sin City Sister (A Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery #2) By Lynne Hinton

Summary from Goodreads

When Eve's biological sister goes missing, the nun heads to Las Vegas to track her down before it's too late.

Years ago, Eve heard God's call to become a nun, but her recent stint moonlighting at her father's detective agency invigorates her so much that she's wrestling with her vocation.  She's working with him on a case involving a miner in New Mexico when alarming news develops: her sister Dorisanne is missing.  The authorities won't act without evidence of a crime, but Eve knows something suspicious--and possibly deadly--is afoot.  Challenged to put her newfound gifts as a PI to the test, Sister Eve heads to Las Vegas to uncover clues about her sister's whereabouts.

What nefarious scheme has Dorisanne become involved in?  Is her life in danger?  And what is Dorisanne's estranged husband hiding?  Sister Eve will discover there's always more going on in Sin City than meets the eye.

My Thoughts on the Book

The Case of the Sin City Sister is the second book in the A Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery Series.  I didn't read the first book but I was still able to catch on pretty easily.  The beginning of the book had me a little confused at first because it starts with a bit of history.  I actually looked at the cover again to make sure I was reading what I thought I was reading!  I didn't understand how that part connected with the story about Ava's sister but it made sense later on.  Overall, I did enjoy the storyline, it kept me pretty interested.

I usually won't read the second book in a series until I've read the first but this book was sent to me to review so I went ahead and read it.  I will probably purchase and read the first book so that I can have the set.  It was a good, fun read and I look forward to reading more from this author.

*Note: I received a copy of this book from BookLookBloggers.com in exchange for my honest review.

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