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REVIEW Twenty Five Years Ago Today



Title: Twenty-Five Years Ago Today (Young Ladies of Mystery Book 1)

Author: Stacy Juba

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥

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Page Length: 262


For twenty-five years, Diana Ferguson’s killer has gotten away with murder. When rookie obit writer and newsroom editorial assistant Kris Langley investigates the unsolved mystery of a young artist obsessed with Greek mythology, not only does she fall in love with Diana’s sexy nephew, but she must also fight to stay off the obituary page herself. Get in on the secret – join thousands of readers in discovering who killed Diana Ferguson in this bestselling mystery novel that reached the rank of #30 on the Kindle Paid List and was a GalleyCat Mystery & Thriller Bestseller. Book 1 of the Young Ladies of Mystery Series – each novel is a standalone, but shares a common theme of young women thrust into a world of danger and mystery in New England small towns.


This was a wonderful mystery book you get to meet some very interesting characters. The twist and turns with the story keep you reading to solve the mystery that has begun. When Kris losing her cousin to a very tragic murder. Kris feels the demons that are haunting her she must get rid of. When she starts help a family that lose one of their own in a tragic murder 25 years old. While see dives into the mystery will the secret she finds be the ones that the family wants revive to all. What will happen when the truth come forth? The ending was a total surprise. Recommend this book

How would you describe the plot of this book?  some twist

Which of these words best describes the mood? Suspenseful

How would you describe the pace? steady

How would you describe the characters? developed

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review *


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