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Solving Cadence Moore – Gregory Sterner | A Book Review

Title: Solving Cadence Moore

Author: Gregory Sterner

Genre: Mystery

About the book: It’s a standalone novel revolving around a cold case. Ten years ago, a young singer in Cadence Moore disappeared, and no one has been able to prove exactly what happened to her. Charlie Marx is the host of a podcast that tries to solve the mystery, but initially he lies about knowing the truth.

I received a free copy of the novel from Book Publicity Services in exchange for an honest review.

First impressions: I love a good mystery as much as the next person. I was expecting shorter chapters and sentences, but the author goes into a lot of detail, describing scenes thoroughly.

Characters: The characters are different and dynamic. Many of them face their share of challenges or obstacles. No one’s perfect, everybody has flaws.

Quote:

“I’m just trying to make you understand the biggest reason why your short-term goal may not be worth the long-term consequences.”

Writing: The story of Cadence Moore gets told in podcast transcripts, which was interesting. Also, the language is very mature.

Final thoughts: I’m glad the ending answers lingering questions and gives readers closure.

Solving Cadence Moore combines mystery and podcasts to create a crime podcast in book form.


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