The Case of the Sin City Sister A Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery {A Review}

Sister Eve Divine has a gift, a special gift She can solve crimes.  On a leave of absence from the convent, she helps her father solve crimes. Is being a private investigator a gift or a temptation?  Is she supposed to be a nun or should she hang up her habit and hang out her private investigator shingle?

This mystery is personal. It hits close to home. Her sister is missing in Sin City…Las Vegas. Eve and Daniel, a member of the police department, take a trip to find Eve’s sister in Las Vegas. Through light night sneak outs to casinos, snooping in her sister’s address book for possible clues, Eve slowly pieces together what might have happened.

But is she correct? Will she find her sister before it’s too late? And really, where is her sister?

You’ll have to get your own copy of this book and find out for yourself.

The story, The Case of the Sin City Sister, is masterfully written by Lynne Hinton. The story moves along at a modest pace, enticing you further into the story with every page you turn.  The book is written for adults but could easily be read by anyone who loves a good mystery.  I am rather picky about the books I read and the books my children read. We’re all fans of mysteries and I have no issue with them reading this book as middle-schoolers and high schoolers.

This book is the second one in the A Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery, but you do not have to have read the first book in the series to understand what is happening.

Lynne Hinton is the New York Times best-selling author of Friendship Cake and Pie Town. She received an undergraduate degree from UNC Greensboro and a Masters of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. She has served as a hospice chaplain and church pastor. Lynne is a regular columnist with The Charlotte Observer. She lives with her husband in Albuquerque, NM. Visit her website at Facebook: Lynne-Hinton-Books

I give this book 5 out of 5 turning pages.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own.