Saturday, January 11, 2014

**REVIEW** Stolen Innocents (Shadows of Morrow #2) by Addison Kline

Reviewer : LizRating : 5 Stars


Everybody in Elkhart has a secret and if they say they don't, they're lying. Three years have passed since Tristan Morrow returned home after her harrowing kidnapping ordeal with her former English teacher, Bernard Kendricks. A sense of peace has taken over the Morrow Manor, but it will not last forever. A killer of women is on the loose in Elkhart and has already claimed the lives of two young women. An investigation ensues and the murder scenes send Sergeant DiNolfo's mind spiralling back to a similar murder that happened exactly twenty years prior: The murder of Tiffany O'Mara.

Angie O'Mara is a 38-year old law assistant who has certainly seen better days. At the age of 18, she fled Elkhart after the murder of her sister and she never looked back, escaping a past that haunted her every waking moment. She settled in Seattle and married her boyfriend Jeremy, but she wouldn't get her happily-ever-after. On June 15, 2000, not only is her marriage over, but she finds herself homeless and unemployed. With her life in shambles, she finds herself back in the one place she spent her life running from, starting into the eyes of the one person who poisoned her dreams.

Will DiNolfo and her officers catch the killer before a third victim is claimed? When their three main suspects turn out to be innocent, the Elkhart Police Department is at a loss until a citizen comes forward with some crucial information: Tristan Morrow knows who is responsible for the murders. But does the information come too late? And how does this relate to the murder case of Tiffany O'Mara? Tristan soon learns that not even the dead can keep their secrets buried forever.

Only one thing is certain, though. The past has a way of catching up with you, and all secrets must come to light.


This is number 2 in the Shadows of Morrow series by Addison Kline. I seriously loved this book it has everything from mystery, suspense and if you one who loves flashbacks in time that's gives you other pieces to the puzzle then this book is for you.
The Morrow family is still a big part of this book and I love each of them, you get to know them. Addison Kline has written perfect characters each having secrets and a story of their own.
When you think one thing is about to happen in the book it's changes by the flick of a page and keeps you guessing all the way through. I was never bored with this story as there is always something going on.
I highly recommend this book if you love murder mysteries.
Addison Kline you have done a fantastic job and I love your style of writing it just pulls me right in and I enjoy the story from start to finish and I cannot wait for your next book! Thank you for allowing me to read and review this wonderful story.

*ARC received in exchange for an honest review*

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