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Review and Giveaway: Deep Extractions by DiAnn Mills May 30, 2017

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 6:27 pm
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A SUSPICIOUS DEATH, A SECRET PLOT, A BUDDING ROMANCE. A pacemaker should have saved oil and gas magnate Nathan Moore’s life. Instead, it provided his killer with a perfect means of execution. Special Agent Tori Templeton teams up with US Marshall Cole Jeffers to investigate Nathan’s murder and whether it’s connected to a recent bombing at one of Nathan’s oil rigs. The closer they get to finding the killer, and to each other, the more intent someone is in silencing them for good.

My thoughts:

DiAnn Mills is great at coming up with plots and characters that are very interesting. This one opens with a scene that will definitely grab you.

I loved how faith and questioning faith was woven into this book. Tori really questions whether there is any validity to Christianity, I like it when I character is real with their struggle.

I also liked the question of who was behind the murder. Things didn’t add up and there was so many possibilities that my mind kept going back and forth, never sure.

Although I found the plot interesting there was a lot in the book I did struggle with. Some things didn’t make sense and the reasoning behind the characters actions didn’t always add up for me. Some of the dialogue felt really strange, I think because it was sometimes scattered, more like real life but reading real life dialogue isn’t easy to do and made me confused and had me rereading somethings over again.

But, aside from some of the chunkiness of thoughts and dialogue it was a very entertaining read.

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Leave a comment by June 13th for your chance to win a copy. One winner will be chosen by (U.S. addresses only. I am not responsible for books lost or damaged in the mail.)

A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher. All opinions are my own. 


16 Responses to “Review and Giveaway: Deep Extractions by DiAnn Mills”

  1. MH Says:

    I love DiAnn Mills’ books. Would love to read this one!

  2. Trixi Says:

    Thanks for your always honest review on books! I really love DiAnn’s writing & know I’d enjoy this one just as much. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of “Deep Extraction”

  3. I enjoy suspenseful books, and it’s nice to know that this is a clean read as well.

  4. Karen Spiegel Says:

    A mystery!! My favorite kind of book. Would like to win it. Thank you, Karen

  5. Janet Estridge Says:

    We have DiAnn’s books in the church library.
    Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.
    Janet Estridge

  6. Susie Says:

    DiAnn is one of my favorite authors. Haven’t read this book yet. thanks for the review and giveaway!

  7. This is a fantastic author!

  8. kim hansen Says:

    sounds good.

  9. I like DiAnn’s books and so this one is on my TBR list. I am intrigued by the mystery that is difficult to solve. I love to work the puzzles of mysteries and really enjoy it when it is tough to solve. Thanks for the review and the giveaway!

  10. Melanie Backus Says:

    Sounds like a winner!

  11. carylkane Says:

    Awesome review! I’m excited to read this one!

  12. Martha Peace Says:

    Would love to win

  13. Thanks for sharing your honest thoughts about the book. Although I don’t like it when I have to reread a section, it does help me to pay better attention. If I win this, I will share it with my grandmother who LOVES Christian fiction.

  14. donnabrookmyer Says:

    I’m looking forward to reading this one! Thanks for the giveaway and review.

  15. Wow. Thanks to everyone who has commented! You are great readers 🙂

  16. Susanne Says:

    I love reading DiAnn Mills… always great suspense!

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