Book Review: Exposed by C.J. Carmichael

Exposed by C.J. Carmichael

Twisted Cedars Mysteries, Book 3



Exposed is the third and final book in the Twisted Cedars Mysteries series. It picks right up from book 2 left off. Surprising twists and final conclusion to the librarian murder mysteries. Well told small town mysteries that grabbed me from page one of book 1 and lasted through the last page of book 3.

All the books in the series are released, so you can easily read all of them one after another. It takes all three books to get the complete story.


When a young boy goes missing shortly after his father is arrested for murdering the boy’s mother, the residents of Twisted Cedars are in a panic. They would be even more fearful if they knew a serial murderer has secretly moved back to town. Local Sheriff Wade MacKay, and true crime writer Dougal Lachlan, finally realize that unless they pool their resources and work together, no one in town is going to be safe. Exposed is Book 3 in the Twisted Cedar Mysteries Trilogy Twisted Cedars Mysteries (A Three Book Trilogy) Book 1: Buried Book 2: Forgotten Book 3: Exposed







All three Twisted Cedars novels (Buried, Forgotten and Exposed) are included in this new Anthology. Readers can now tear through the entire series without coming up for air.







USA Today Bestselling author C. J. Carmichael has written over 45 novels in her favorite genres of romance and mystery. She has been nominated twice for the Romance Writers of America RITA Award, as well as RT Bookclub’s Career Achievement in Romantic Suspense award, and the Bookseller’s Best honor. She gave up the thrills of income tax forms and double entry book-keeping in 1998 when she sold her first book to Harlequin Superromance. Since then she has published over 35 novels with Harlequin and is currently working on a series of western romances with Tule Publishing. In addition C. J. Carmichael has published several cozy mystery series as an Indie author. When not writing C. J. enjoys family time with her grown daughters and her husband. Family dinners are great. Even better are the times they spend hiking in the Rocky Mountains around their home in Calgary, and relaxing at their cottage on Flathead Lake, Montana.

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