Sins of the Father

Sins of the Father

by Denise Grover Swank

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BN ID: 2940156885596
Publisher: DGS
Publication date: 11/01/2016
Series: Rose Gardner Mystery Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 120
Sales rank: 80,979
File size: 352 KB

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Sins of the Father 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
SamanthaLM More than 1 year ago
My heart! This is such a great but emotional novella to finish up the series! In Sins of the Father you see how the blowup and fallout with JR has changed a lot of things in the Rose universe. It’s a perfect way to finish summing up the old series and set the scene for the next series, the Rose Gardner Investigation series. A lot had happened in the last book and it was nice to have some questions answered about Joe and how he is handling things after everything that had happened to him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A need to read book. Wonderful
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Neely Kate is dealing with a missing husband and Joe leaving town two weeks after his father's death. Rose is missing Mason. When Joe returns Rose goes to see him to try to get him to see Neely and return to work. Will he do it? Will he ever find peace. Wonderful Story. Joy943
Born2Read More than 1 year ago
The novella's are always a great addition to the series. They help me get through the long months until the next book in the series is released. I love getting POV's from the other characters. They have all grown and changed, along with Rose, so it's a treat to see things from their view. A must read for all Rose fans.
Bongela More than 1 year ago
Sins of the Father is crucial reading for anyone who wants to bridge the gap between the finale of the Rose Gardner Mysteries (Thirty-Six and a Half Movites, book 9) and the Rose Gardner Investigations (Family Jewels - book 1 due November 2016). You get to see Rose, Neely Kate (NK), and Joe Simmons dealing with the massive amount of fallout from Thirty-Six and a Half Motives. While they don't get their own chapters, both James "Skeeter" Malcolm, and Kate Simmons make an appearance, the later of whom is equal parts saddening and infuriating. More than anything, I believe this novella could not be more perfect. It's a very cathartic read for anyone wanting to know more about how the lead characters (sans Mason, he doesn't make an appearance in this novella) are dealing with everything. The insight into the state of mind NK and Joe is heartbreaking. Everyone has their own coping mechanisms: for Rose it's being strong and carrying on, for NK is anger, and for Joe it's drinking and avoiding his problems. By the end of the novella I felt at peace. Sins of the Father perfectly fills in the void left after Thirty-Six and a Half Motives. With that being said, I cannot be more excited for Family Jewels. *****5***** stars from this satisfied reader!
Neek67 More than 1 year ago
If you have been a fan of the Rose Gardner Mysteries by Denise Grover Swank, you will know that the series wrapped up with Thirty-Six and a Half Motives. And of course, the new series with Rose and Neely Kate - Rose Gardner Investigations starting with Family Jewels will be released soon. So what better way to round out the previous series and link it to the new one, is this great novella. You will get some of those niggly questions answered but we also get a taste of what is to come next. I love the various POV's as it helps to know what each character has going on in their own head, and not just Rose's. Joe and Neely Kate have plenty to say, as well as James and Jed. Maeve is still helping out where she can, with the nursery and Joe. She mentions Mason, so I am hoping he and Rose reconcile at some point. I am so glad that Rose will be back with some of the previous characters as I just couldn't say good bye to them yet. I am looking forward to this new chapter for Rose and the gang.