“Think Murder” by Cassidy Salem – Book Review


Discovering the body of a friend and colleague was not what Adina Donati had in mind when she moved to Washington D.C. in search of excitement. An administrative assistant at a prestigious think tank, Adina is drawn into the middle of the murder investigation. The police don’t seem to be making much progress until Adina stumbles onto important clues and discovers just how dangerous life in the nation’s capitol can be.


“Think Murder” is a captivating read with a tight and well-planned storyline. The main character, Adina Donati, is a very likeable, well-rounded and often witty narrator who makes the journey through this story thoroughly enjoyable.

This is a great example of a ‘cozy’ mystery – plenty of suspense and intrigue with very little gore or violence (apart from the murder, of course!). It is well-written and has a clever mystery at its core. If you’re looking for a calm, yet absorbing, mystery, “Think Murder” is definitely worth a read!

Buy “Think Murder” here.

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