Emily’s Lair by Cary Grossman (Book Review #1122)


Emily’s Lair is a murder mystery, and the story begins with detective Will Heller entering a book shop to interview Emily Kostova. He notices many 17th centuries with hunts books in the book shop and learns so much from Emily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The two mesh well together, talking and discovering more and more about witchcraft. But not everything is at it seems, and while Will continues to search for answers regarding the murders, he realizes a few eye-opening occurrences. 

I found the premise interesting since the storyline revolved around secret books, handwritten genealogies, and witchcraft. Liesbeth Janssen, a woman accused of witchcraft in the 17th century and her sworn vengeance, pulled the story together and brought out a thrilling story.

The story’s pace was steady, and the added romance was an excellent game-changer; I believe Robin has the potential to create more intriguing stories like this one, and look I forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main

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