Murder at the End of the World: More Reviews

I hope you’re not tired of Murder at the End of the World reviews, because two more just crossed my desk recently:

Mystery, intrigue, and suspense! This was one of the most interesting books I have read. A great read! I could not put it down! The author did a great job telling a story that not only kept me guessing but put me on the edge of my seat waiting for the next thing to happen. I never expected the ending at all! I will read more from this author! – 5 out of 5, kdaviselford [from LibraryThing]


This was a quick, fun and enjoyable read. The book is very short but it packs a pretty good mystery with several twists and turns. The main character, a female junior detective from the capital city, is sent to a remote city to solve a murder. She arrives at the beginning of winter and will not be able to leave until spring. The towns people are neither friendly or helpful – the question becomes not whether she will solve the mystery but rather whether she will live to see spring. My only issue with the book is that I really could not figure out the time period in which it was taking place but that probably did not even matter. Glad I took the time to read this book and even more glad I do not live in the time and city depicted in the book. – 3.5 out of 5, DBower [from LibraryThing]


It’s always nice to take a quick look and find some more reviews, especially when they’re positive!

All the reviews can be found here:


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One response to “Murder at the End of the World: More Reviews

  1. Murder at the End of the World by Jonathan Garrett.
    This was a really good reading experience. It was hard to put down, I wanted to get to Allison’s next exciting escapade, I have read many mysteries in my life, and I believe this was as well written, with very good descriptions, and characters, as most I have read. The characters are a motley bunch. You just know some of them are going to be bad guys from the get go.
    I have to admit, I began to suspect the real murderer early on, but there were many twists and turns that kept me guessing till the very end.
    I am looking forward to the next book with Allison as the principal character.
    I believe this writer has a gift and will get even better all the time.

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