I am a sucker for a good mystery. I really am. To the point where I will continue reading a book that I hate just so I can see how it all fits together. I can't stand loose ends. Depth of Deceit, by Betty Briggs is a good mystery. Honestly, for the couple of days that I was reading it, it would bother me so much that I had to find a few minutes here and there to read some more, because I wanted to figure it out!
And honestly, I don't know how to give you much more plot summary without totally ruining the story for you! Okay, let see. I will tell you this: Depth of Deceit holds surprises, unexpected bad guys and (I guess it would logically follow), unexpected good guys, lots of horses, a kidnapping, a murder and a love story.
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