Book Review: Every Move by Ellie Marney

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Mystery

Age Recommended: 15 and up

I recently visited Australia during my summer holidays and my dad secretly arranged a meeting with one of my favorite authors, Ms. Ellie Marney, at a bookstore in Melbourne. SO YEAH, I JUST KIND OF MET HER!!

She was wonderful and gracious and spent about thirty minutes with me, discussing books, sharing author and book recommendations, and much more. She also SIGNED a copy of Every Move for me which I bought at the bookstore in Melbourne because for some reason, that book isn’t published in the United States yet 😐 This was definitely the highlight of my trip to Melbourne and I want to sincerely thank Ms. Marney again for her time!

This book was the third in the series, and it definitely DID NOT disappoint!

Every Move

The duo are back, and this time, it’s serious. Rachel is experiencing trauma from her past encounters with the murderer of Mycroft’s parents, and is having trouble sleeping. Mycroft won’t relax until he’s hunted this man down and gotten revenge. Both of them are at a precarious point in their relationship where anything could tear them apart.

When the murderer starts killing people who look like Rachel and Mycroft, just to make a point, it becomes evident that he’s coming for them. Protective measures are taken, but will they be enough?

When an attack occurs on one of the people Rachel loves, she’s not sure what to do. Only one thing is clear. This. Ends. Now.

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Every Move (only used copies available in the US, unfortunately).

 

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