Sunday, June 30, 2013

House of Steel by Raen Smith Review

Title: House of Steel
Series: Unraveled Series
Author: Raen Smith
Genre: Women Sleuths
Pages: 326
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 5 out 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Life has a way of coming undone. One single moment can set the undoing in motion, unraveling our neat, tiny stitch of life.

For young art professor Delaney Jones, the treacherous spiral toward death begins when she makes one unforgivable mistake - she sleeps with her student. Her silent Wisconsin winter turns deadly after she witnesses the brutal murder of a man she had chosen to forget. As Delaney battles to deal with the undoing of her tight-stitched life, the small liberal arts university is devastated by the discovery of a bloody crime scene on campus. A mysterious text entangles her in the violent scandal, and Delaney must follow the rules of the anonymous messenger to stop the perpetuating descent toward death. But the line between good and evil is blurry. And maybe, just maybe, there is no line at all. Book one in a three-part series.

Book Review:

Raen Smith's debut novel is nothing short of explosive. I was immediately drawn in with the first paragraph and found the book hard to put down. House of Steel keeps you on the edge of seat, breathlessly guessing how the story will play out. Smith is an incredibly talented author that will go far.

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