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Stacy Justice is looking forward to a lazy summer of hot dogs and beer; swims in the lake with her Great Dane, Thor; and hanging with her rekindled old flame, Chance. But when she gets a creepy anonymous call hinting that her father’s “accidental” death fourteen years ago was actually a murder, she’s too unsettled to relax. Stacy has blamed herself for his death all along— Stacy Justice is looking forward to a lazy summer of hot dogs and beer; swims in the lake with her Great Dane, Thor; and hanging with her rekindled old flame, Chance. But when she gets a creepy anonymous call hinting that her father’s “accidental” death fourteen years ago was actually a murder, she’s too unsettled to relax. Stacy has blamed herself for his death all along—in fact, it’s the reason she’s fought so hard against being a witch. But who’d want to kill an innocent small-time newspaperman? That’s the question on Stacy’s mind when she casts a spell that goes horribly wrong. And between the white tiger that keeps appearing out of thin air, the body in the lake, the feisty razor-toothed Chihuahua, and the gun-toting maniac, she suddenly has her hands full once again. But solving the mystery of her father’s death is Stacy’s number-one priority…and avenging it, if necessary, is a very close second. Continuing the thrilling Stacy Justice saga, Tiger’s Eye drives the reluctant witch deeper into the mysteries of her family’s past…and the darker regions of her soul.


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Stacy Justice is looking forward to a lazy summer of hot dogs and beer; swims in the lake with her Great Dane, Thor; and hanging with her rekindled old flame, Chance. But when she gets a creepy anonymous call hinting that her father’s “accidental” death fourteen years ago was actually a murder, she’s too unsettled to relax. Stacy has blamed herself for his death all along— Stacy Justice is looking forward to a lazy summer of hot dogs and beer; swims in the lake with her Great Dane, Thor; and hanging with her rekindled old flame, Chance. But when she gets a creepy anonymous call hinting that her father’s “accidental” death fourteen years ago was actually a murder, she’s too unsettled to relax. Stacy has blamed herself for his death all along—in fact, it’s the reason she’s fought so hard against being a witch. But who’d want to kill an innocent small-time newspaperman? That’s the question on Stacy’s mind when she casts a spell that goes horribly wrong. And between the white tiger that keeps appearing out of thin air, the body in the lake, the feisty razor-toothed Chihuahua, and the gun-toting maniac, she suddenly has her hands full once again. But solving the mystery of her father’s death is Stacy’s number-one priority…and avenging it, if necessary, is a very close second. Continuing the thrilling Stacy Justice saga, Tiger’s Eye drives the reluctant witch deeper into the mysteries of her family’s past…and the darker regions of her soul.

30 review for Tiger's Eye

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Hartt

    I admit that, when I purchased the first 'Stacy Justice' book, by Barbra Annino, it was something I considered a "guilty pleasure". I was looking for some light, entertaining fiction that would speak to that part of me which I don't often satisfy: paranormal infatuation. And I did thoroughly enjoy both "Opal Fire" and "Bloodstone". "Tiger's Eye" brought something new to the table, and I am a bigger fan than ever. There seems to be a lovely maturity to this third installment. The book is more cont I admit that, when I purchased the first 'Stacy Justice' book, by Barbra Annino, it was something I considered a "guilty pleasure". I was looking for some light, entertaining fiction that would speak to that part of me which I don't often satisfy: paranormal infatuation. And I did thoroughly enjoy both "Opal Fire" and "Bloodstone". "Tiger's Eye" brought something new to the table, and I am a bigger fan than ever. There seems to be a lovely maturity to this third installment. The book is more controlled and purposeful than its predecessors. The appreciable humour feels more appropriate whenever it is placed; less parenthesized, perhaps. The pacing is smoother, too. The main character is a lovable and admirable one, and I appreciate her new maturity as well. I came away from the first two books thinking, "That was a fun read". "Tiger's Eye" gave me even more depth and satisfaction. Thanks to Barbra Annino for carrying on. I'm very much looking forward to installment #4!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    Betrayals, secrets and the dead Stunning. A phone call stating that her father had been murdered throws her off her stride. Then a drunken spell calls dogs to her, even the ones that have died years ago. Dead men in the river, a sniper using her and Derek as targets, spyware, missing files, ghosts speaking to her all just add to her confusion. Who killed her father and why? A brilliant plot that really kept you reading. Okay I did figure out one part but not the other - terrific that I couldn't. Betrayals, secrets and the dead Stunning. A phone call stating that her father had been murdered throws her off her stride. Then a drunken spell calls dogs to her, even the ones that have died years ago. Dead men in the river, a sniper using her and Derek as targets, spyware, missing files, ghosts speaking to her all just add to her confusion. Who killed her father and why? A brilliant plot that really kept you reading. Okay I did figure out one part but not the other - terrific that I couldn't. Plus the characters are growing and evolving ad the glimpses into their everyday life really acts as a glue to the whole story.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    4.5 Stars... Stacy's life continues to be complicated as she searches for the missing clues to her father's untimely death, prepares to encompass all that it means to be the Seeker of Justice, free her mother, and solve a murder (AGAIN!)… I absolutely loved this read, continuing to use witty humor along with the grittiness of a murder mystery, Barbra Annino balances both perfectly and insinuates each into Stacy's personality and relationships... I look forward to how this series will evolve and 4.5 Stars... Stacy's life continues to be complicated as she searches for the missing clues to her father's untimely death, prepares to encompass all that it means to be the Seeker of Justice, free her mother, and solve a murder (AGAIN!)… I absolutely loved this read, continuing to use witty humor along with the grittiness of a murder mystery, Barbra Annino balances both perfectly and insinuates each into Stacy's personality and relationships... I look forward to how this series will evolve and how Stacy will finally embrace her destiny:)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alice 🐱☕️📚🐰

    I enjoyed this book. It got a bit boring in the middle, but I wasn’t suspecting who the murderer was, so that surprised me. The ending tho, I’ll definitely listen to the next book to see what that was all about.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Katy

    Book Info: Genre: Paranormal mystery/chick lit Reading Level: Adult Recommended for: fans of paranormal mystery, chick lit, those interested in witchcraft and Celtic lore and legends Trigger Warnings: murder My Thoughts: These books are becoming better as they go along, but there are still too many things that bother me. For instance, it is said over and over that Amethyst, Illinois is a small town, and everyone knows everyone, but it's big enough for there to be at least a half-dozen fancy restaur Book Info: Genre: Paranormal mystery/chick lit Reading Level: Adult Recommended for: fans of paranormal mystery, chick lit, those interested in witchcraft and Celtic lore and legends Trigger Warnings: murder My Thoughts: These books are becoming better as they go along, but there are still too many things that bother me. For instance, it is said over and over that Amethyst, Illinois is a small town, and everyone knows everyone, but it's big enough for there to be at least a half-dozen fancy restaurants and has enough people that all of those restaurants are booked solid? Where I come from, the small towns don't have any fancy restaurants, let alone the choice between Indian, Italian, etc. Or if they do have a “fancy” restaurant, it's more along the line of a steakhouse. That said, this book did hold my interest more than the first couple, but it wasn't enough for me to want to continue. However if you like paranormal mysteries, books featuring witches, chick lit, etc., then you might like this series more than I did. Check it out. Series Information: This is book 3 in the Stacy Justice series. Book 1: Opal Fire , review linked here where formatting allowed Book 2: Bloodstone , review linked here where formatting allowed Book 4: Emerald Isle , scheduled for release in 2013 Disclosure: I received a paperback ARC from the Amazon Vine program in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Synopsis: Stacy Justice is looking forward to a lazy summer of hot dogs and beer; swims in the lake with her Great Dane, Thor; and hanging with her rekindled old flame, Chance. But when she gets a creepy anonymous call hinting that her father’s “accidental” death fourteen years ago was actually a murder, she’s too unsettled to relax. Stacy has blamed herself for his death all along—in fact, it’s the reason she’s fought so hard against being a witch. But who’d want to kill an innocent small-time newspaperman? That’s the question on Stacy’s mind when she casts a spell that goes horribly wrong. And between the white tiger that keeps appearing out of thin air, the body in the lake, the feisty razor-toothed Chihuahua, and the gun-toting maniac, she suddenly has her hands full once again. But solving the mystery of her father’s death is Stacy’s number-one priority… and avenging it, if necessary, is a very close second.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)

    There are a handful of series that I have read that will always remain favorites simply because I know that when I read them I will get laugh out loud moments and just have a fun time while reading them, this is such a series. I adore Stacy Justice, or maybe I just adore Barbra Annino and her incredible writing ability that never fails to put a smile on my face, keep me on the edge of my seat rooting for the Geraghty Girls (plus Thor) or keep me immersed in one heck of a great story line. Either w There are a handful of series that I have read that will always remain favorites simply because I know that when I read them I will get laugh out loud moments and just have a fun time while reading them, this is such a series. I adore Stacy Justice, or maybe I just adore Barbra Annino and her incredible writing ability that never fails to put a smile on my face, keep me on the edge of my seat rooting for the Geraghty Girls (plus Thor) or keep me immersed in one heck of a great story line. Either way, this is my “it” series. The one I go to when I need a good laugh with characters that I have come to care about over time and wish I could call family. I loved this read. So much happens but most of all, Stacy starts to really embrace who and what she is. She grows so much in this one. Her powers, her idea of who she is and her willingness to finally let go and learn from her grandma and aunts (who I just LOVE! They are so hilarious and quirky!). A lot is revealed in this one too. So many secrets, betrayals and lies. It makes me really excited for the next book. I know there is going to be so much more to learn about Stacy and her past (the other Geraghty girls!) and I really look forward to learning more about them all. I really can't express how much I love this series. It is so well written and so entertaining. The characters are all completely unique and amazing and so real feeling. Not to mention some of the most loveable quirky ones I have ever read. Annino has done an amazing job with it all and I look forward to reading whatever else she writes in the future.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I ignored the author's note and did not read these stories in order. There are a few things that I had to figure out, but this could be read without the back story given in the first two books (which I have now read). In Tiger's Eye, Stacy is dealing with three separate mysteries. The first is continued from the end of book two, she needs to figure out who murdered her father. Second, after a slightly confusing time when her lovely pooch, Thor, is missing, she messes up a spell and Thor comes ba I ignored the author's note and did not read these stories in order. There are a few things that I had to figure out, but this could be read without the back story given in the first two books (which I have now read). In Tiger's Eye, Stacy is dealing with three separate mysteries. The first is continued from the end of book two, she needs to figure out who murdered her father. Second, after a slightly confusing time when her lovely pooch, Thor, is missing, she messes up a spell and Thor comes back with a sick doggie. She takes the sick dog to her aunt, who is also a witch. I guess this does not necessarily make it Stacy's mystery, but it is a recurring aspect of the book. Finally, as Stacy is swimming a dead guy grabs her. So, she ends up having to figure out what's going on with the dead guy in the lake. Honestly, for a book under 300 pages there is A LOT going on in here. Since there is so much going on, this is a book flew by. I didn't want to put it down. I literally fell asleep with it laying on me. I wish there was a little more about the dogs or the father. I felt like I was going in several different directions at once. I wondered if it was just because I had not read the first two books, but after reading the other two, it still went in several different directions. I did enjoy this book greatly though. Stacy is extremely funny. I loved her snarky attitude. It was what drew me into the story and made me want to read the other books. The first two books are better than this one, but I'm still looking forward to the third book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Tiger's Eye is the third installment of the Stacy Justice Mystery Series by Barbra Annino, and if you've enjoyed the first two (Opal Fire and Bloodstone), you're going to love this one as well. In Tiger's Eye, Stacy Justice continues to come to terms with her witchy heritage as she confronts the possibility that her father's accidental death was actually murder. A white tiger continues to appear to Stacy, and while she struggles to understand its significance, she must face various other obstacle Tiger's Eye is the third installment of the Stacy Justice Mystery Series by Barbra Annino, and if you've enjoyed the first two (Opal Fire and Bloodstone), you're going to love this one as well. In Tiger's Eye, Stacy Justice continues to come to terms with her witchy heritage as she confronts the possibility that her father's accidental death was actually murder. A white tiger continues to appear to Stacy, and while she struggles to understand its significance, she must face various other obstacles and challenges from being shot at in a junkyard to a yippy little chihuahua that seems to have her number. Quite simply, Annino has done it again -- managed to weave together a bewitching, captivating, funny mystery while further developing her quirky characters, both those still around and those MIA in one way or another. I've said it before, and it still holds true -- I just love Annino's writing style and wit. If you haven't been reading this series of books, I highly recommend jumping on the Stacy Justice bandwagon now; Annino is primed to become a major player in the cozy mystery game. I can't wait to read the next one.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Angela Holtz

    From Lilac Wolf and Stuff I've had the pleasure to review the previous Stacy Justice tales. I would say Stacy Justice is like Stephanie Plum, but that's not really true. Stacy Justice is smart, competent and a witch. She's better! And Tiger's Eye is the best one yet. There's some awkwardness with Leo, but Stacy has really settled down with Chance. So her love life is less of a mess, but her family still needs fixing. Her father died when she was young, and her mother is in witch jail in Ireland, I From Lilac Wolf and Stuff I've had the pleasure to review the previous Stacy Justice tales. I would say Stacy Justice is like Stephanie Plum, but that's not really true. Stacy Justice is smart, competent and a witch. She's better! And Tiger's Eye is the best one yet. There's some awkwardness with Leo, but Stacy has really settled down with Chance. So her love life is less of a mess, but her family still needs fixing. Her father died when she was young, and her mother is in witch jail in Ireland, I think. They just say "The Old Country" but I think that's what they mean. Before Stacy has been reluctant to acknowledge her status as a witch and start training with the Geraghty Girls, her grandmother and 2 great-aunts. In this novel she finally accepts her purpose. She is happy to get trained by her family so she can save her mother. But first, she has to figure out who murdered her father. There are no shortages of surprises and mysteries. We also learn more about Stacy and her family. I really enjoyed this one and I stand by what I said, best one yet!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donna (BLHmistress)

    I discovered the Stacy Justice series last year and loved them so much I couldn't wait for this book. I am happy to say this book was worth the wait. This book picks up where we left off. It felt so good to follow Stacy around . It felt like being home again with these characters. Stacy will not let things go until figures out the mystery. I said it before I'll say it again Stacy has to be one of me favorite female characters. She's strong, stubborn, funny and kick ass! Chance, her lovable eccentr I discovered the Stacy Justice series last year and loved them so much I couldn't wait for this book. I am happy to say this book was worth the wait. This book picks up where we left off. It felt so good to follow Stacy around . It felt like being home again with these characters. Stacy will not let things go until figures out the mystery. I said it before I'll say it again Stacy has to be one of me favorite female characters. She's strong, stubborn, funny and kick ass! Chance, her lovable eccentric aunts, grandmother ,her cousin, Cinnamon(love that name) and Thor her great Dane and familiar are all back as well. Here we go on another crazy ride to find out if her father had been truly murdered. This book was hilarious and kept me on the edge of my seat. If you're looking hot smexy action this doesn't have it. But honestly you won't miss it. It works without it. Check this book out, I promise you won't regret it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Diane ~Firefly~

    Wow, this got a bit more serious than the previous books. Stacy is researching her father's death this time around and finds some unpleasant answers (view spoiler)[I was very disappointed her boss was involved, even if it was mostly to try and protect (hide spoiler)] . The spell that brings the dogs was pretty interesting and I'm glad to see it looks like we are going to stay out of love triangle territory. I did miss Stacy's sister who brought a lot of entertainment to the previous book and was Wow, this got a bit more serious than the previous books. Stacy is researching her father's death this time around and finds some unpleasant answers (view spoiler)[I was very disappointed her boss was involved, even if it was mostly to try and protect (hide spoiler)] . The spell that brings the dogs was pretty interesting and I'm glad to see it looks like we are going to stay out of love triangle territory. I did miss Stacy's sister who brought a lot of entertainment to the previous book and was surprised she wasn't even mentioned in this one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Candy Golden

    I really, really LOVE these Stacy Justice books. For me, they are right up there with some of the greats. I love the sense of humor, and the characters. In this one, Stacy (amongst all her other adventures) sets out to find out what really happened to her dad. We find out that he was truly murdered and there were surprising plot twists along the way! This book had me laughing, and getting very emotional, especially the part about Lolly and her love. (not going to ruin it for anyone here) I also l I really, really LOVE these Stacy Justice books. For me, they are right up there with some of the greats. I love the sense of humor, and the characters. In this one, Stacy (amongst all her other adventures) sets out to find out what really happened to her dad. We find out that he was truly murdered and there were surprising plot twists along the way! This book had me laughing, and getting very emotional, especially the part about Lolly and her love. (not going to ruin it for anyone here) I also love that she is BEGINNING to accept her powers and her destiny.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sillylittlefishey

    So happy that Stacy finally seems to have her love life figured out and I'm ecstatic that she chose Chance! I like Leo, but Chance is just a better fit! We also got to see more of Stacy's cuz, Cinnamon! The pregnancy test scene had me rolling! And, Chance's reaction was so stinking sweet! But the ending of this book totally sealed the deal for me! Loved It! Full review at openbooksociety.com

  14. 5 out of 5

    ❂ Jennifer

    I like this series - they are fun quick reads with a lot of sass and humour. Tiger's Eye gets back to more of a murder mystery, as opposed to the quest-like plot of the previous book, Bloodstone and I appreciated that. It was a good murder mystery too, with the murderer right there without my having any idea until the ultimate reveal. A lot of fun to read and I'm looking forward to the next book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Julie Smith

    Getting better but Jesus God...someone teach this woman about basic tech! Okay... So the overall storytelling and annoyances seem to be leveling out SOME by this 3rd book but Jesus Christ! For all of the touting of "hours spent researching," couldn't Annino have bothered herself just a LITTLE to learn basic tech crap like that a portable storage device (e.g. a "thumb drive") is NOT a freaking DISK! And for Frank's sake, you don't "unload data." You freaking DOWNLOAD data! Also, another, later poi Getting better but Jesus God...someone teach this woman about basic tech! Okay... So the overall storytelling and annoyances seem to be leveling out SOME by this 3rd book but Jesus Christ! For all of the touting of "hours spent researching," couldn't Annino have bothered herself just a LITTLE to learn basic tech crap like that a portable storage device (e.g. a "thumb drive") is NOT a freaking DISK! And for Frank's sake, you don't "unload data." You freaking DOWNLOAD data! Also, another, later point of sloppy writing in this book was the repeated point that there was freaking CARPET...in a VET'S OFFICE. Who the hell would EVER put CARPET in a place where sick animals traffic day after day, puking, peeing, pooping and bleeding?! Asinine and just sloppy. I hope she's got a better editor by the next book in this series. Someone should be helping with this stuff. The distraction from the good is just borderline tragic.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carlin

    The best yet in this marvelous mystery series! I have read the first 4 books in a row (the prequel and books 1-3). The more I've read the more I've come to appreciate the main character, Stacy Justice, the "Seeker of Justice" and part of the Garraghty clan of witches. The stories are set in a small Midwest town (Amethyst, Illinois) that could be anywhere, perfectly normal with paranormal occurrences all around it. Stacy is a newspaper reporter who gets a phone call telling her that her father was The best yet in this marvelous mystery series! I have read the first 4 books in a row (the prequel and books 1-3). The more I've read the more I've come to appreciate the main character, Stacy Justice, the "Seeker of Justice" and part of the Garraghty clan of witches. The stories are set in a small Midwest town (Amethyst, Illinois) that could be anywhere, perfectly normal with paranormal occurrences all around it. Stacy is a newspaper reporter who gets a phone call telling her that her father was murdered, the car crash he was in 14 years before was not an accident as everyone had believed. At the same time she is investigating the death she isand strengthening her witchcraft powers. Her dog, Thor, a Great Dane, is her familiar and plays a large role in the series. I plan to start book 4 right now and discover more about my Celtic roots in the author's well-researched tales.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Jones

    Great Story Stacy, the heroine in this series, gives me conflicting feelings about her personality. It bothers me that she is not a little more respectful to her grandmother. But in all fairness, her grandmother Birdie can be very trying most of the time. On the other hand, Stacy has a strong sense of right and wrong, and she sticks to her convictions, which is a very good trait. The story in this book had more depth of emotion in it. It meant a great deal to Stacy to solve the mystery. Even so, Great Story Stacy, the heroine in this series, gives me conflicting feelings about her personality. It bothers me that she is not a little more respectful to her grandmother. But in all fairness, her grandmother Birdie can be very trying most of the time. On the other hand, Stacy has a strong sense of right and wrong, and she sticks to her convictions, which is a very good trait. The story in this book had more depth of emotion in it. It meant a great deal to Stacy to solve the mystery. Even so, there were hilarious moments where I laughed so hard my stomach hurt. This was a great book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Di

    While I am enjoying this series, it's missing something that prevents me from enjoying these installments more. I'm not sure what it is, but I don't really feel invested in these characters yet and I'm already at the half way point in this series. These are very easy books to follow and consume so I will be continuing through this series, but I'm going to take a little break before heading into the next one.

  19. 5 out of 5

    L.A.L.

    2.5 stars. This series is okay, and this story is on the mediocre side. None of the characters have any really depth. Stacy is forgettable as a main character. Her dog Thor is smarter than all the humans. And although two books ago she “accepted” her witch heritage, she’s still been kind of fighting it.m, but that seems more as a plot device than anything. Meh. Not sure I’ll continue the series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Spells Gone Wrong Awesome story! Stacy and Thor make an awesome team. Thor is like the rock and protector of Stacy. All of the fun begins after a softball game. Some is funny but the changes and corrections are interesting. Watch out for the white tiger as it is important. Follow the action and you will even find humor! Read and enjoy!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Goodner

    These books are always fun for a laugh and a mystery - witch stories that don't take themselves too seriously. This time, a voice from beyond has told Stacy that her father was murdered twelve years ago, that the car accident he'd been in was no accident. After a couple of twists and turns that will leave all dog lovers in stitches, Stacy solves the mystery just in time for the summer solstice.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Marianne K. Benvenuti

    Love the Stacy Justice stories. I am so glad that Barbara Annino has more stories to tell. Stacy is an unlikely heroine with a kooky family & a love for animals, especially her Great Dane Thor. Finally accepting her talents as a witch, she seeks justice for victims of evil. Looking forward to the next book where she visits Ireland. Love the Stacy Justice stories. I am so glad that Barbara Annino has more stories to tell. Stacy is an unlikely heroine with a kooky family & a love for animals, especially her Great Dane Thor. Finally accepting her talents as a witch, she seeks justice for victims of evil. Looking forward to the next book where she visits Ireland.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Van Curen

    Loving this series Fun, riveting and an all around satisfying read. Loved the dog quotes. What is great about the cozy mystery genre is that the books can be read in about two hours so there is plenty of time to read them all. Love his writer.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Robert O Neuwirth

    Fun Parts of this book are laugh out loud funny. It is fun, imaginative and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Since I started with book three of the series I plan to go back to the first two and then continue with all six.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    Love the storyline The characters keep growing in this series, however Ivy from #2 is only mentioned in passing. That storyline must pick up in another book, possibly 4? Creative plot in each book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    I like the series more with each book I read. The balance between the real world and the magical one is quite good and, so far, there has been no attempt to have a bigger and badder monster with each new story. It is a well-grounded urban fantasy. I like that.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Linda Watts

    Tiger’s Eye The Stacey justice mysteries are very entertaining, well written, with a good plot. If you enjoy a good mystery with a little romance and witchery woven in then you will enjoy this series.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Janet A. Briscoe

    Yep and Opps! Enjoyed again. One negative memory: my memory is that chapter 1 of 2 they were some editing errors that left confused sertences. Did you stopped me or make me lose the story. Thank you for mo

  29. 5 out of 5

    Barb Grout

    Action Packed Adventure I rarely buy books but after Stacy Justice Mystery Book Two I had to find out what would happen next.... This was another action-packed adventure that I enjoyed reading.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robert L Allen

    Great book Another winner from Barbara. This series is well written and peppered with facts and lore. A real treat for those who like a mystery with a strong female lead character.

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