Deadly Keepsakes: A Tori Winters Mystery by Anita Dickason

This author’s intense, highly researched thriller/mysteries are always at the top of my reading list. So when I learned she was branching into cozy mysteries, I paused. OMG – she nailed it. I love cozy mysteries but at times wish for a little something more – Dickason provided just that. With her usual well-developed characters, she creates a world filled with small town Texas charm and big city intensity. The main character is literally running for her life when a strange call takes her to a small town with the hope of disappearing. Little does she realize that appearing in Granbury puts her back in the crosshairs. The supporting cast is just as entertaining as the main character Tori. Even the old house and its furnishings are a character all on their own.

I was guessing at every page to figure out the who done it (I was wrong!). I can’t wait for the next book in this series.

PS – Dickson is famous for linking non-fiction into her fiction work and once again provides the reader with the insight for this book, based on fact, at the end.

Currently on Kindle Unlimited

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The past becomes a deadly future.

When Tori Winters becomes the star witness in a murder trial, someone tries to kill her. Terrified, she’s not giving the killer a second chance. With all her worldly possessions packed in her car, Tori is on the run. A mysterious phone call about an inheritance leads her to Granbury. After all, who would look for her in a small, quaint Texas town?

Instead, Tori’s life is about to spin into an existence where nothing is as it seems. The historic house she inherits is steeped in secrets from the past. Secrets that may prove deadly. She’s a stranger in a strange town. Who can she trust? There is the disinherited step-grandson and the lawyer and his son. What are they hiding?

Tori’s inheritance may not be a blessing when a killer strikes again. It could be her death warrant.

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