A Review on The Sorority Murder by Allison Brennan

A popular sorority girl. An unsolved murder. A campus podcast with chilling repercussions.

Where did I get this book?

I bought this book sometime last year from an online book company that I order from every so often, it’s called Harlequin, as a matter of fact I tend to get a lot of my books I read from there, especially anything by Heather Graham, even some from Nora Roberts, Jude Deveruax, M. E. Hilliard, just to name a few authors that I read from time to time. Especially if they have something that catches my eye. Even some indie authors as well. I have stepped out of my comfort zone of reading just paranormal stuff, and went into crime dramas as well. It’s only because I do like that kind of stuff. I have a very unique look at life in general. Some say it’s darker then most I just say it is all apart of who I am as a person. This book is also the first in a new series that I will be following and buying as well when they are released. So far there are only two novels in the series too. The next book in the series is called Don’t open the door. Now onto what The Sorority Murder is about.

Summary of what The Sorority Murder is about.

Lucas Vega is obsessed with the death of Candace Swain, who left a sorority party one night and never came back. Her body was found after two weeks, but the case has grown cold. Three years later while interning at the medical examiner’s, Lucas discovers new information, but the police are not interested.

Lucas knows he has several credible pieces of the puzzle. He just isn’t sure how they fit together. So he creates a podcast to revisit Candace’s last hours. Then he encourages listeners to crowdsource what they remember and invites guest lecturer Regan Merritt, a former US marshal, to come on and share her expertise.

New tips come in that convince Lucas and Regan they are onto something. Then shockingly one of the podcast callers turns up dead. Another hints at Candace’s secret life, a much darker picture than Lucas imagined—and one that implicates other sorority sisters. Regan uses her own resources to bolster their theory and learns that Lucas is hiding his own secret. The pressure is on to solve the murder, but first Lucas must come clean about his real motives in pursuing this podcast—before the killer silences him forever.

My thoughts about the book.

At first I didn’t like the beginning of this book because it just seem to start out slow and boring, so I stopped reading it for a bit, but then I decided I wanted to give that book a solid chance, and picked it back up again and started reading it. The further I got into it the more and more I really enjoyed the story, not only about Lucas, but also about Regan as well. So if you’re looking to walk out of your comfort zone on novels. I do suggest this one, I am sure you can get it elsewhere but since I’m a member of Harlequin, and I love to utilize their services over going to a store, or ordering some of the books over at Amazon. So my thoughts about this book are still on the fence, but it was a good over all book, and I am excited to follow this series as I wait for my other books from the other authors I read from time to time. I do have other books that follow Regan Merritt, and I can’t wait to start this series as well.

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