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Book review: Haunted by H.G. Ahedi (@HarbeerAhedi)

A suicide was one thing, but when three appear from no where William is convinced there is more to it. Determined to find the truth he begins to dig, his tunnel focus unlocking more dangers than he can imagine. Just when it seems he is close to an answer everything goes wrong. There is more going on than meets the eye, and with recent events there is no denying his suspicions were correct. The question is, who is behind these mysterious murders, and what is their end game. Can the connections be found and the truth be uncovered before it is too late, or will the death toll continue to rise?

Haunted by H.G. Ahedi is the third book in the Cranston Mysteries Series, although in honestly it worked so well as a stand alone I didn’t realise until I came to write this review. I really enjoyed this author’s writing style, which flowed seamlessly between different people’s perspectives, with a great balance between description, character interaction, and development that made for an interesting read. I do love a good mystery and appreciated the clues and hints woven through the plot. There is a great cast, each with their own distinctive issues, challenges, and personalities which ensure you view them not only as real people, but become invested in each part of the story as it comes together. Well executed beginning to end with danger, action, and mystery throughout.

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