In A Face to Die for by Andrea Crane, Anthony and Carla are new parents of one month. After a night out celebrating, they return home and are shot to death. What happened to the babies?
Dr. Danielle Murano is a vet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She loves practicing and working on animals, and really loves being close to her parents. She is an only child that was adopted as a baby. She has just reconnected with her college sweetheart and is happy with her life.
Gia Russo is a wedding planner at an exclusive company called Shimmering
Weddings. She loves what she does and does it with great finesse. She is very close to her parents and was raised as an only child, after being adopted at birth. Gia is happy with her life and is looking forward to some day opening her own wedding planning company.
The Forensic Instinct group is hired by Gia Russo and Dani Murano to look into
some strange things happening to them since they found out they are twins. They had items stolen from them, and then Gia’s house is set on fire. They need the expertise of the FI group.
Can the FI group save them and uncover the truth before it’s too late? Can Gia and Dani create a relationship after being apart for 27 years?
A Face to Die For was good from the beginning. I had a hard time putting it down. In fact, I was able to read this book in one day! I always enjoy a good mystery and A Face to Die For did not disappoint. I felt like Andrea Kane did an amazing job of keeping me pulled into the story, and giving just enough clues to keep my guessing through the book. I am really interested in her other books in the Forensic Instinct series. A Face to Die For did have the use of the F* word, which I don’t like, but it was clean from any sex. Sex was implied, but not in detail. Lingerie is described in detail for one of the FI’s cases.
Overall, A Face to Die For was a great read and I can’t wait to read more from the Forensic Instinct series.
Forensic Instinct Reading Order
The Girl Who Disappeared Twice
The Line Between Here and Gone
The Stranger You Know
The Silence That Speaks
The Murder that Never Was
A Face to Die For
**I received a copy of this book but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.