BOOK REVIEW: The Undertakers Daughter by Debra Webb

Publication Date: December 27, 2018
Publisher: Pink House Press
Format: ebook
Pages:  115 Pages
Genre:  Mystery/Thriller
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Dr. Rowan DuPont and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department are hunting a serial killer. All the victims have one thing in common--they could be Rowan's twin, except her twin sister is dead.

Rowan grew up in a funeral home, surrounded by death, so her keen insights into homicide cases seldom fall short of the mark. Though growing up as the undertaker's daughter made her acutely aware of life and all its frailties, she is only human. Will her one mistake in this shocking case be her last one?


This is a prequel novella to the Undertaker Daughters Series.  It really introduces Rowan Dupont, a psychiatrist working with the Metro Nashville Police.  Currently they are trying to track down the killer of several women.  The way the women are being killed seems to have a direct link to Rowan.  The victims look like her and the way they are being killed seems to tie into her past.

This is a fast paced thriller which gives us a taste of Rowan Dupont, her past and her future.  This book definitely left me wanting to know more.  I have already downloaded the 2nd book in this series and can't wait to get to it.

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