E-book Review: Once Upon a Crime – Nolon King

               Story: Chelsea Sullivan and Jim McPherson both come to the detective prescient with chips on their shoulders, and also with a will to prove themselves. It doesn’t matter who their father was(Chelsea), or what their ex-partner did (McPherson). They want a new start and show that they are worthy to have the shield. Yet there is a serial killer on the loose, and using the fairy tales that we all grew up on, just some of the most well-known Grimm’s tales and the oldest telling of them, not just the ones that we grew up knowing. The killer is perverting them and soon the killer sees Chelsea and sets his eyes on her. Will she become another story or will she survive to tell the tale?

                Final Notes Once Upon a Crime 10/5 Stars! This is one of the most interesting and exciting mysteries that I have read in a long time. The use of the characters, the stories, and how emotions kept me at my toes and I couldn't stop. This is one of the books that you want to stay up all night, and hate getting up the next morning, but it is worth it, to find the killer, who I was suspicious of from the beginning, but the way the story was wonderfully written, there was some second-guessing. I cannot wait for the next novel, and I am so excited about it. If you only get one mystery this year, you should get this, you do not want to miss out! Thank you to Netgalley and also to the author who let me read this for giving an honest review. I will be reading another of his novels very soon, and reviewing them as well!

Until the next time, AGirlandHerTablet is getting off to read or listen to another book! I will see everyone later!

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