Review: Good Tidings by Terri Reid

This past month has been my time to catch up with my series reading.

I finally made time to read Good Tidings, the second book in Terri Reid's Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery series.

Good Tidings

As is my custom when I review ebooks, I give the Kindle Buy Links because I read them on my Kindle. However, I'm certain these books are available at most ebook sellers so look for them on the platforms that match your ebook reading device. Shop for your own Kindle.)

I liked Loose Ends and reviewed it here on SlingWords. The second book has a solid mystery, but it also explores the attraction between PI Mary O'Reilly, whose near-death experience left her with the ability to see, hear, and speak with ghosts, and Police Chief Bradley Alden.

Mary is smart and tough and has a strong moral sense that keeps her from consummating an affair. In today's world there may be many who don't understand that kind of restraint, but Mary behaves true to her attitudes and values. 

Good Tidings opens with every mother's nightmare – abduction of a baby. When Mary is retained by the baby's deceased brother (who is completely adorable) to find the baby, she and Chief Alden end up in Chicago and with more crime and mystery than they bargained for.

Likable characters, believable relationships, and good plotting will make you reach for Book 3: Never Forgotten as soon as you finish this second book.

Takeaway Truth

If you like a solid mystery and likable characters, I recommend this series by Terri Reid.

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