Friday, April 3, 2015

Book Review: The Bones of the Holy

TITLE: The Bones of the Holy
Book 5 in the Gilda Joyce series
AUTHOR: Jennifer Allison
CATEGORY: Middle-Grade/Childrens
GENRE: Mystery/Paranormal
PREMISE Gilda's mom meets a man whom the children have never met and whom may or may not be a murderer.
MY REVIEW: Somehow I completely missed the fact that there was a Gilda Joyce book after The Dead Drop. Total fan fail on my part. Sadly, it looks like this is the last one as there has been none since this book.
If you've read the first four Gilda books, you already know what to expect with this series. Gilda is back in form and is her usual fun, sassy self. This time the mystery is a bit more personal as it involves her mother. We also get confirmation of paranormal activity and a nice southern flair as it's down in Savannah, Georgia.
All in all, it's what I've come to expect in a Gilda Joyce book. I don't know if there'll be more in this series, but if not, this was a fine ending to it.
WHO SHOULD READ: Gilda Joyce fans, Nancy Drew fans, paranormal mystery fans
MY RATING: Four out of Five sassy girl sleuths

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