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Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Book Review: Trouble Play: (Vista De Lirio Mysteries Book 3) by Elizabeth Hunter

Trouble Play: (Vista De Lirio Mysteries Book 3)
by Elizabeth Hunter
Oct 18, 2022
Pages: 284
Paranormal women's fiction for lovers of sassy women, psychic shenanigans, and lifelong friends.

This desert oasis has gone to the dogs, and things are about to get bloody! (Not the dogs though. The dogs are fine.)

Comedian Evy Lane thought she’d done it all, but taking on the role of mistress of ceremonies for the Desert Fancy Dog Show may be her most challenging gig yet. The locals are a menagerie of high-strung prima donnas, nervous Nelsons, and she’s not talking about the dogs!

When high-stakes competition leads to gruesome murder, she will need every telepathic power at her disposal—and every psychic friend she knows—to make this show go on. Pesky police detectives, dangerously attractive investigators, and a menagerie of our favorite Vista de Lirio characters make this mystery the most twisted yet!

TROUBLE PLAY is the third book in the Vista de Lirio series, a new paranormal mystery series by Elizabeth Hunter, bestselling author of the Elemental Mysteries, the Glimmer Lake series, and The Irin Chronicles.


Palm Springs is already full of rich and sometimes snobby people, but when the Desert Fancy dog show comes to town, the town has more than enough suspects when people start dying. Evy has been hired to be the mistress of ceremonies, and she’s not sure she’s up for the challenge but is determined to give it her best.

John Marcos, the chief of police in Palm Springs, wants Evy to use her telepathy to help him find the killer. Still, Evy is determined to keep taking her anti-anxiety meds that keep all the inner monologues in the brains of the people thinking of them but when does Evy ever get what she wants?, Rafe, a new character in the series brings some mystery, sexiness, and possibilities to town for Evy, but she’s one for fun, not necessarily something more than that.

One thing I like about this series that Hunter has been doing is that she focuses on a specific character and goes more in-depth, but the characters from the previous books are still there, making me smile every time.

Review: Double Vision: (Vista De Lirio Mysteries Book 1)
Review: Mirror Obscure: (Vista De Lirio Mysteries Book 2)

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About the Author:
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Elizabeth Hunter is a contemporary fantasy, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance writer. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She once substitute taught a kindergarten class, but decided that middle school was far less frightening. Thankfully, people now pay her to write books and eighth-graders everywhere rejoice.

She currently lives in Central California with her son, two dogs, many plants, and a sadly dwindling fish tank. She is the author of the Elemental Mysteries and Elemental World series, the Cambio Springs series, the Irin Chronicles, and other works of fiction.

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