Friday, February 24, 2017
One Fell Down by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen, Blog Tour & Giveaway
When Mikaela York opens an anonymous blue sympathy card with the nursery rhyme “Jack and Jill” written inside, she doesn’t know what to make of it. But soon after, Mikaela and her fiancé are in a tragic car accident, resulting in her husband-to-be’s death. Then when Mikaela’s grandmother loses her life in a hiking accident one year later, an old man gives Mikaela another mysterious blue card at the funeral. After the service, Mikaela’s grandfather asks that she oversee the renovations on his bed & breakfast in New Zealand. When she arrives, Mikaela meets Tui Davies—the inn’s manager—and Brentin Williams, the man Tui expects her daughter to marry. Tui helps Mikaela retrieve a doll from the cellar vault, but the doll turns out to be an evil omen that Mikaela is told she must get rid of before someone is murdered. Meanwhile, the old man from the funeral is bent on revenge and is plotting against everyone who has ever wronged him, and Mikaela is next in line. But until she discovers the killer’s contact in New Zealand, whom can she trust? And while Brentin attempts to help Mikaela overcome her grief, she must decide—is she ready to love again?
Hinrichsen does a stellar job of starting the mystery and suspense right from page one! I was hooked from the beginning and I had to know why everyone close to Mikaela was being killed and furthermore, why they really wanted to kill her! Who was this guy and why was he bent of murder? Nothing made sense and I had to find out what was going on! Not only that but I needed to know if Mikaela would ever draw again! Her obvious talent shouldn't go to waste! And could she let go of her grief and heartache and learn to love and be whole? All of this goes on and her grandpa has her take a trip to New Zealand for his inn renovations. Hinrichsen makes you feel like you are there with her experiencing the beauty and culture right along with Mikaela. A murder mystery that will keep you in suspense and on your toes, One Fell Down is worth the read!
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