Mexican Heat by Laura Baumbach and Josh Lanyon

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Mexican Heat by Laura Baumbach and Josh Lanyon

 

Both ebook and print covers.

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In Lanyon’s latest offering, he pairs a slight, innocent Perry with world weary ex-military Nick in a setting reminiscent of classic Hammett and Agatha Christie mysteries. In isolated Vermont, a crumbling, spooky mansion has an unusual group of tenants matching its equally unusual and varied history. By turns, this novel is suspenseful, gripping and subtle.

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