#BookReview #Mystery #RRBC – Race Into Murder by Karen Black @KarensStories

I have not read a traditional murder mystery in quite a while, and it’s always nice to break away from what I normally read to explore what’s out there. I’m glad I picked Race Into Murder by Karen Black, not only does this book have a mystery unraveling in it, it also has a wealth of knowledge about horse racing.

Each character in Race Into Murder is well developed and under the reader’s suspicion on who committed murder. As the story unfolds, the tensions between the characters grow, giving a wonderful edginess that feels real.

I give Race Into Murder 4 out of 5 Stars, and recommend you getting your copy today.

About Race Into Murder

A thoroughbred trainer’s dream is about to become a reality, but could cost him his marriage, or even his life. When a well-known jockey is murdered, evidence leads to the arrest of an innocent man, and the fate of three families hangs in the balance. As the homicide investigation continues, it brings past relationships to light, and influences some of the horsemen to take matters into their own hands, exposing those who would stop at nothing to reach a goal. Through it all, the races continue. RACE INTO MURDER is a mystery that will keep you guessing.

About Karen Black

Karen Black lives in the United States, with her husband, and three little aliens disguised as cats. One of the small creatures claims to be ET’s second cousin, although that rumor has not been confirmed. Karen’s background in criminal justice and her love of animals, along with her fascination with ghosts, aliens and the supernatural, form the basis for her writing, which combines drama, suspense and paranormal. You can expect the unexpected in all of her books.

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