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The Rosedale Investigations Series
he Blind Switch (A Rosedale Investigations Mystery)
by Lyn Farrell
The author brings a variety of characters and depth into her writing. Chapters vary POVs throughout and offer layers that you sift through as you delve deeper into the rabbit hole filtering out the “who dun it”.
~Ms. Cat's Honest World
This is a “new-to-me” author and I very much liked her writing style. Perfect for the mystery genre.~Socrates' Book Reviews...
It’s a roller coaster ride when the murder seems solved, then it’s not, then it is… but is it really? Be sure to have your coffee maker full and a stash of chocolate chip cookies ready, because you’ll not want to lay this book down.~Here’s How It Happened
"The Blind Split"
Books a Plenty Book Reviews
If you are looking for a cozy mystery that is a little different than the norm, then look no further than this gem. “The Blind Split” by Lyn Farrell. We get to follow the entire staff of the P.I. Office providing all sorts of POV’s as each does their part. This creates a well-played investigation that is constantly evolving as they find new clues while also coming up with lots of questions. Makes for a fabulously fun read that I found very enjoyable from start to finish. I really liked it so am giving it 4/5 stars. I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
"In the Frame"
In The Frame is the 3rd book in author Lyn Farrell’s mystery series featuring the good folks at Rosedale Investigations. This time the small firm is investigating, first, a missing person, then later, a suspicious death, concurrently with the fascinating search for the provenance of a valuable painting rumored to be cursed. The cases proved exciting, and the detailed activities of the detectives held my attention from start to finish. Its recurring cast of characters, the Rosedale team, is a diverse group of individuals but, over the course of the series, have developed into a close-knit “family.” Besides the cases the company is being paid to investigate, certain members are going through some stressful life changes. I enjoyed all the subplots woven into this story. The bottom line is they all love each other beyond a workplace relationship and always have each other’s backs.