Book Review: Triple Cross Killer

I want to thank Fiery Seas Publishing for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity and all views and opinions expressed are my own.

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Have you ever wondered what really happens to Santa Claus letters? In Detroit and Sarasota some children’s letters are diverted and reviewed by Nick Archer, a religiously obsessed, narcissist. Nick responds, leaving a trail of devastation in the two cities.

In Detroit, co-ed partners and wise-cracking lovers, detectives Jaq McSween and David Maxwell, team up with Sarasota detectives Abel Mendoza and his partner, Rabbit, to find this daunting killer.

When Jaq’s friend, the lovely nurse, Rita Rose, takes a chance on love again, she gets caught in Nick’s web. Working with the ME, she joins in, adding her perspective when events take a sinister turn.

Can this diverse team of characters pool their insights, barbs, and taste for bad food to save Rita when she discovers the final clues or will she become the next victim?

Wow, this book was quite the enthralling thriller!💖📚 This story captivated me from the beginning and held my attention all the way through until the end!😄 The plot was solid with a well balanced pace that had fantastic details yet still was a fast paced crime thriller!

I love the aspect that the villian does the killings by his own dark and twisted way of helping the abused children that have asked for Santa’s help.

I was on the edge of my seat with this thriller and quickly tore through the pages. There were amazing characters in this story and it really intrigued me seeing Nick’s actions and relationships unfold. The characters and the story was well written. This book was filled with unexpected twists and turns that are sure to capture a crime thriller readers’ attention!

I also enjoyed the location and how Detroit details and culture was depicted. If you are looking for a unique crime thriller with unexpected twists and turns, I highly recommend Triple Cross Killer by Rosemarie Aquilina!

Rosemarie Aquilina is the mother of five children. Elected as a 30th Circuit Court Judge serving in the General Trial Division, after having served as a 55th District Court Judge in Mason, Michigan, she takes pride in public service.

In 1986, Judge Aquilina became the first female JAG Officer in the history of the Michigan Army National Guard, she retired in 2006 with twenty years Honorable Service. She is an adjunct law professor at both Western Michigan University—Thomas M. Cooley Law School and Michigan State University College of Law and has earned teaching awards at both institutions. Judge Aquilina is the former owner of Aquilina Law Firm, PLC, and former host of a syndicated radio talk show called Ask the Family Lawyer.

I hope everyone has a fantastic weekend!🤗📚😘💖

Happy Reading!!!💖

27 Comments on “Book Review: Triple Cross Killer

  1. Wow: talk about a very unique and pretty amazing premise: I really love this storyline. And it’s something that could happen too: some kind of sick person that could intercept letters like this. Well needless to say that I have added this book to my to read list ASAP. This probably won’t be coming as a very huge suprise, but as always your review was a terrific read. I loved it 😍😍❤️❤️ Glad you are back and sharing these wonderful posts again: great work amazing reviewing lady 😘😘😍😍


  2. Triple Cross Killer is a smart, fast-paced thriller that kept me spellbound from beginning to end. The charming villain with his meticulous manner looks good in a pilot’s uniform.


  3. Wow that’s a unique blurb! Fantastic review Dani and now the big question: do you still let your children send letters to Santa? 😉 Happy Sunday!

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  4. This sounds fantastic, Dani! Love the gifs you’ve got on this one too. Out of curiosity, what exactly are you referring to when you say “how Detroit details and culture was depicted”? When I think Detroit, I see the whole bankruptcy thing.. as well as Eminem’s hometown.. LOL

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    • Thanks so much Lashaan! I usually think that as well but this book was just very descriptive about the environment so you felt like you could really fwwl you were there. When I visited Detroit, there was different types of gangs, different architecture, the way they talk is a little different with a little bit of a different accent, and just different rhings like that maybe I explained it wrong. Lol.

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