Wednesday, July 8, 2015

The Case of The Sin City Sister Book Review

Book Review of Sin City Sister
by Lynne Hinton

"A divine private detective agency mystery"

REVIEW BY: L. Bankhead

     This is the second installment in the series about nun and private detective, Eve Divine.  In this novel Eve has taken a sabbatical from the convent to mull over her decision to either remain a nun or continue with her love of being a private eye. In the meantime, a case opens in her town of Madrid, New Mexico with a man missing since the late 1800's and she's also stumped by the disappearance of her wild-child, Las Vegas living sister, Dorisanne.  This motorcycle riding nun heads to Vegas to get to the bottom of what's become of her sister. 
     You will fall in love with Eve, Daniel and the Captain in this easy to read mystery from Lynne Hinton.  It's cheerful and a great diversion from the hot summer nights.  You will get some action and a little thrill mixed in as well. I recommend this book for anyone 14 years old and up.  Even for a Vegas setting, it's very clean and conservative.  It's not necessary to read the first installment to get a kick out of this novel, but to do so may give you extra back story and character development you may enjoy.  Somehow this book felt reminiscent of Tuppence from the Agatha Christie novels, but now for the modern era. I think you'll enjoy a copy.

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