Book Review: The Photographer by Mary Dixie Carter

The Photographer by Mary Dixie Carter

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book took me longer to read than I originally thought it would. It was a good story overall and had some suspenseful/mysterious moments, but I would definitely not classify it as a thriller. It was more of a slower-paced mystery to me. Halfway through, I figured out the secret(s) of the photographer so that wasn’t much of a surprise. The only thing that kept me reading it was wanting to see how the story played out and if she was able to maintain her friendship with Amelia.

In my opinion, the story overall was good. The part I found odd was how fast Delta was able to insert herself into the Straub’s lives and their home and how comfortable she seemed to be with it. That almost seemed unreal that someone would think and feel that way, but who knows…there are some crazy-thinking people out there!

I didn’t enjoy this book enough to want to recommend it to others, but if it’s already on your TBR list just make sure you are prepared for a slower-paced book.

Thank you to NetGalley and Minotaur books for providing an advanced copy in exchange for my honest opinions and review.

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