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Words Can Kill (A Ghostwriter Mystery Book 5) Kindle Edition
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As Roxy and Caroline headed from Sydney, Australia to Berlin in search of Max, it started a journey of mystery, intrigue and horror. For on their arrival, it was discovered Max’s flatmate Jake had been violently murdered and Max was nowhere to be seen. Following the trail from the small clues they found, Caroline and Roxy first searched the luxurious Swiss resort on top of Mount Pilatus and then on to the Italian Riviera. The friendly locals, as well as some not so friendly, were willing to help – but the discovery of another body; this time a young woman who had been seen with Max, had Roxy and Caroline as well as the local police very worried.
With their anxiety high, even the beautiful Mediterranean Sea couldn’t take their minds off their search for Max. Roxy couldn’t seem to get her head around what was happening – but she did know they were running out of time. Would they find Max before it was too late? And was it possible he was still alive?
Words Can Kill by Aussie author C.A. Larmer is another excellent episode in the Ghostwriter Mystery series. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed each and every book, travelling with Roxy while she solves the latest crime. Her relationship with Max is always a highlight; Caroline plays her part well and Oliver is – well, Oliver! Words Can Kill was a particularly suspenseful novel, with lots of action and angst – highly recommended.
Enjoyable enough story in the series. If you want to read the whole series, you should probably include this one.
Addition of the sister to Max, Roxy's love interest, is good. Her apparent self absorption is a good counterpoint to Roxy's concern.
For adults, since I don't think younger teens would be all that interested.
Impeccable writing style, as always.
Just one little point of linguistics: the "zee" sound is used by latin languages -- Germans use hard sounds, more like "tee".