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Review: Dance for a Dead Princess by Deborah Hawkins

Dance for A Dead Princess - Deborah Hawkins

What kind of book is this? Fiction with a twist of reality. The secrets at the abbey have been buried for many years without anyone taking the initiative to read the journals. Fiction meets truth when the idea of a hidden tape by recorded by Diana is brought into the story. Objectively speaking, it may seem strange that the police did not take a second look at the strange events in the abbey but this book is so well-written it’s easy to gloss over things like that.

What was your favourite scene? When Taylor grabs the gun from the floor to save herself and Nicholas. I was at the edge of my seat. As you start the novel, you may feel like it’s going to be a slow read but as you race to the truth about the abbey, Lucy and Nicholas, the author magnificently takes the wheel to offer readers a thrilling ride.

List the places mentioned in the book. The settings and locations of the novel were captivating and for a travel junkie like me, it was so easy to fall in love with this book. Some of the locations mentioned were Paris, New York, England, Boston and Brussels.

Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.

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