A Merciful Fate (Mercy Kilpatrick #5) by Kendra Elliot

A Merciful Fate (Mercy Kilpatrick, #5)

Teri Schnaubelt (Narrator)

This is one series that I know I can rely on to enjoy. I have been following the series from the beginning and each cover links back to their respective reviews if you want to check them out.

A Merciful Death (Mercy Kilpatrick #1) A Merciful Truth (Mercy Kilpatrick, #2) A Merciful Secret (Mercy Kilpatrick, #3) A Merciful Silence (Mercy Kilpatrick, #4)

This installment does not focus on the preppers as it did in the previous ones, and the focus is on the case at hand. In the last book we had a new character introduced into our midst. He is trying to get to grips with living in society when he stumbles on old bones. This reopens a cold case which has been at the back of everyone’s minds for a long time.

I do not want to reveal too much about the cold case or the vandalism happening locally because as and when we are introduced to the stories, bits of clues are given to us. I guessed multiple parts of the book which is the reason that I am giving it only four stars. The people of the town, the suspects as well as the villains are so fleshed out that it is easy to like some of them and dislike the others heartily as the author deems necessary. Mercy and her family issues are tackled very briefly but effectively. Considering the genre, we can expect certain things to end well but while they battle it out, I had to wait with bated breath and actually switched for the last chapter from audio to reading just to get to the point faster!

My last KU review was:Girls of Glass by Brianna Labuskes. I found out that I had tried to read one of the books on my list before and did not like it so I reshuffled my list once again.

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How does my list look now? Anything I should pay immediate attention to?


5 thoughts on “A Merciful Fate (Mercy Kilpatrick #5) by Kendra Elliot”

    1. Thank you! I think the women she portrays are realistically superwomenish 😀 This series brought to light a whole ideology that I had no idea about before, I think I like this series best 🙂


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