Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Case of the Sin City Sister by Lynne Hinton

The Case of the Sin City Sister by Lynne Hinton is the 2nd in the Divine Private Detective Agency series.  If you have not read the beginning of the series then fear not you don't have to have already read it.  I hadn't read it  but completely understood and enjoyed this great book. 
Eve Divine is worried.  She has not heard from her sister Dorisanne in quite a while and neither has her dad.  It is not rare that she has not talked to her on the phone but usually Dorisanne responds to her messages and she has not.  Eve has made religion her life by taking her vows and lives in a monastery working as she was needed by Father Oliver the monk in charge.  He had given her a leave of absence to help find her sister who lived a very different life in Las Vegas with her often trouble husband, Robbie.  Money was always a problem for him with his gambling problems and now it appeared he and Dorisanne was working for a loan shark stealing credit card numbers that he was currently indebted to.  Now they were not in contact with any of the family and when Eve returned to her dad, the Captain, in Santa Fe she was planning to work through the detective agency that her dad ran in town.  Sister Eve and a local police officer, Daniel, who used to be the Captain's partner when they were both on the police force heads for Las Vegas to find Dorisanne.  Where to look?  Eve had never ever been to Dorisanne's place but oddly enough it seems that Daniel knows exactly where she lives. hmmm.  You will have to read this mystery to find out if they ever find Dorisanne before the loan shark does.

I love a mystery and I liked this one also.   It is an easy read but not beneath the reader of any age.  Adults will enjoy the read and also children of about middle school age would also enjoy it and there is no reason to worry about the content.  Good read and one that I think anyone would enjoy it.
I received this book from Booksneeze for this review.

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