Review by Ryder Islington, author of ULTIMATE JUSTICE, A Trey Fontaine Mystery
I really enjoyed ENTER TO WIN. The story was well put together, with a strong plot, and very well rounded characters. The plot involves the murder of a soap opera director who has created a contest where fans have the opportunity to have a character based on them. Four Finalists get to spend two weeks in a Beverly Hills mansion. But when the director is found dead, everyone is suspect. The book is written entirely in first person, with rotating points of view that include the finalists, as well as a few people on the set.
I loved the red herrings, the alibis and the way Kirsten Jany was able to keep me guessing right up until the end. This is a mystery worth reading. At just over two hundred pages, it’s a quick read. I hope Kristen Jany continues to the good work. I’ll be looking for her next book!