Award-winning Publishers Weekly Best-selling Author

Deadly Hideaway by Marissa Shrock

Georgia Rae Winston is ready for a vacation. Ready to relax and unwind at her friend’s lake house. However, not long after she arrives, she discovers a body in the water and is thrust into yet another mystery. The suspects quickly add up like a game of Clue and she doesn’t know who she can trust.

Plus, when her boyfriend arrives for a visit and announces he wants to go into acting more permanently, she’s left wondering if they have a future together.

Can Georgia stay alive long enough to solve the mystery and figure out her love life?

Marissa Shrock does it again with Deadly Hideaway—book 5 of the Georgia Rae Winston Mysteries! I loved this story from page one. The author has such a great voice. It pulls you in from the very beginning. I love all the “rules” Georgia quotes throughout. So refreshing.

The imagery used was effective. I could see myself in the boat with Georgia and in other areas on her vacation while she played detective.

I loved the way book five ended. I think Georgia will be very happy! However, we’ll see what happens in the next installment of the Georgia Rae Winston Mystery Series. I will be waiting!

I give Deadly Hideaway five motorboats. This excellent mystery will keep you guessing right to the very end!

**An e-copy of this book has been provided by the author in exchange for my honest review.

Meet Marissa Shrock

Marissa Shrock is a survivor of many awkward blind dates and many years of teaching middle school. Both provide excellent inspiration for her fictional yarns.

Since childhood, she’s loved to read a variety of genres, so her own work includes dystopian thrillers and cozy mysteries. She’s the author of the Emancipation Warriors Series and the Georgia Rae Winston Mystery Series. Her debut novel, The First Principle, was a Carol Award Finalist.

Marissa enjoys playing golf, building elaborate LEGO creations, and traveling to new places. Her home is in Indiana, where she’s surrounded by corn and soybean fields.

Connect with Marissa here on her website.


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