Minacious Malice starts nicely and then gets better and better. The author has developed her characters, setting and plot skillfully. The story is well-written and flows. The relationship between Sasha and Alice is intriguing and believable. I have no doubt that readers will enjoy this novel, especially if they like intrigue.
Minacious Malice (Malice #19) by K’Anne Meinel
Lesbian Mystery / Thriller
Paperback: 150 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 1, 2016)
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As Alice continues with her tale of where she has been for the last couple of years, Kathy realizes the tally of deaths is adding up. The same reasons that caused their separation are still there. Can she forgive, much less forget, why they broke up in the first place? Murder, planned murder especially, takes time. Alice must feel ‘justified’ in who she targets. She also must take into account that Sasha is not only a witness, but an accomplice to what Alice must do. Sasha will be shocked as she realizes the depth of what Alice is capable of. Sasha must learn to ‘appreciate’ Alice and her ‘skills’. Follow along as Sasha and Alice begin the hunt for those who had imprisoned them….
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