Book Review of Waterlilies Over My Grave by Patricia A. Guthrie

waterliliesWaterlilies Over My Grave by Patricia A. Guthrie is another book you must add to your TBR list. I highly recommend it and you won’t be sorry your read it.

Annie O’Brien had a very bad marriage, in fact a violent one. She obtained a divorce but her ex did not recognize it. The scary phone calls and the stalking would not stop, so Annie accepted another position in a different state and finally thought she could breathe easy again.

She first met Mark when he was her patient. He was a detective, who was on leave. Mark Driscoll had recently been involved in an incident where he killed a kid. He was not doing well and he was required to see Annie. Their first meeting did not go, as it should since he hated and did not believe in psychologists.

Annie worked with his mother, Julia Driscoll and soon found their relationship to be warm and friendly. They began to feel very comfortable with each other in spite of her son’s combative relationship with Annie.

When the calls and the symptoms of being harassed returned, Annie grew very frightened. Only she knew what her ex – husband was capable of doing and how evil he truly was, when it came to getting what he wanted at any cost.

Mark Driscoll’s assignment was to protect Annie. Due to his job of protection and their constantly being thrown together, started to change their relationship.

No matter their best efforts, it took forever to track her husband Duncan’s movements. Duncan had been an actor on the stage and a master of disguise, which made the whole investigation much harder.

If you like mysteries with lot of twists and turns than you will love the book, Waterlilies Over My Grave

 

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