3 out of 5 stars
In this murder mystery, Kate Marshall and Tristan Harper, two private investigators at Kate’s new agency, work together to find out what happened to Joanna Duncan, a journalist who went missing 12 years prior.
After gaining access to the old case files, Kate uncovers a connection between Joanna and two missing men. While this story was a pretty standard mystery involving a journalist, a politician, and sex scandals, Bryndza includes enough plot twists to keep it unpredictable. I wanted to find out what happened and how the cases were connected.
The book does perpetuate some stereotypes, and I found the ending to be a little chaotic.
Darkness Falls is the third book in a new series by Bryndza. It worked well as a stand alone, although I may have connected better with Kate had I read the first two books in the series.
Overall, the story was entertaining enough that I would be interested in reading other books by this author.
Thank you to Netgalley for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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Sounds like a great book. Thanks for sharing your review