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Murder At The Knife's Edge (Mystic Pines Mystery, #1)

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First in a new series: A Mystic Pines Mystery by T.G.Hanson Emily Rhodes, born into a wealthy upper class family, led a privileged life in California. When her parents died suddenly in a private plane crash, and an attempt was made on her own life, she saw no choice but to flee her family home. Knowing her adopted brother was somehow behind both accidents, she changed her i First in a new series: A Mystic Pines Mystery by T.G.Hanson Emily Rhodes, born into a wealthy upper class family, led a privileged life in California. When her parents died suddenly in a private plane crash, and an attempt was made on her own life, she saw no choice but to flee her family home. Knowing her adopted brother was somehow behind both accidents, she changed her identity and sought a new place to start her life over. On a routine bus stop, she finds herself drawn to the strange little Texas town of Mystic Pines, on the edge of the Piney Woods Forest. A town founded by a small group of mystery authors and occupied by mystery readers. A town with street and shop names such as: Murderer's Row, Psycho Lane and the Knife's Edge Diner. Six months later, Meg Stinner (AKA Emily Rhodes), has made a home for herself in the sleepy little town. With new friends, a new love interest, and two thriving businesses, she feels safe and content in her new life. Until, a dead body is found behind her diner and her life comes crashing down around her. Convinced she has been discovered, she confides in her new best friend, and while trying to keep her past hidden, they attempt to solve the crime.


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First in a new series: A Mystic Pines Mystery by T.G.Hanson Emily Rhodes, born into a wealthy upper class family, led a privileged life in California. When her parents died suddenly in a private plane crash, and an attempt was made on her own life, she saw no choice but to flee her family home. Knowing her adopted brother was somehow behind both accidents, she changed her i First in a new series: A Mystic Pines Mystery by T.G.Hanson Emily Rhodes, born into a wealthy upper class family, led a privileged life in California. When her parents died suddenly in a private plane crash, and an attempt was made on her own life, she saw no choice but to flee her family home. Knowing her adopted brother was somehow behind both accidents, she changed her identity and sought a new place to start her life over. On a routine bus stop, she finds herself drawn to the strange little Texas town of Mystic Pines, on the edge of the Piney Woods Forest. A town founded by a small group of mystery authors and occupied by mystery readers. A town with street and shop names such as: Murderer's Row, Psycho Lane and the Knife's Edge Diner. Six months later, Meg Stinner (AKA Emily Rhodes), has made a home for herself in the sleepy little town. With new friends, a new love interest, and two thriving businesses, she feels safe and content in her new life. Until, a dead body is found behind her diner and her life comes crashing down around her. Convinced she has been discovered, she confides in her new best friend, and while trying to keep her past hidden, they attempt to solve the crime.

31 review for Murder At The Knife's Edge (Mystic Pines Mystery, #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I loved all the characters in this book. I found it very descriptive and couldn't wait to find out how it all ended! I'd definitely recommend this as a book to read!! You won't want to put it down.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Richard McCord

    Highly recommend Nice fun read. Loved the quirky characters. Unique setting. Grabbed my attention from the start and kept me interested till the end. Loved the teasing between Wade and Meg and look forward to seeing if their romance survives Megs past. Hope to also see something continue with Nyla and Henry. If you love a fun read with a bit of a mystery you'll love this book. Great beginning to a new series! Can,t wait for book 2.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Donna Popejoy

    It was a good read, but she needs a good editor.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Drane

    Great first book! I'm impressed. I liked the characters, even if they did seem a bit on the fake side. That's fairly normal for a cozy mystery series though. The story dragged in a few places, and there were a LOT of characters to keep up with, but the author gave pretty good descriptions that I didn't get too lost. The book needs some serious editing. Overall, a very good start for this new author. Please keep at it.

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    Patricia Leahy

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