Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “A Dream to Die For” by Susan Z. Ritz, She Writes Press, July 2019, for Suzy Approved Book Tours

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fullsizeoutput_34f8Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “A Dream to Die For” by Susan Z. Ritz, She Writes Press, July 2019, For Suzy Approved Book Tours

Have you ever woken up by a dream that is so scary, that you have to catch your breath, and check surroundings to check if you are in reality? What is even worse, is that you remember this particular dream, and wonder if it will recur?  Susan Z. Ritz, Author of “A Dream to Die For” writes about dreams in the day and nightmares. The Genres for this novel is Mystery, Suspense and Fiction. The story takes place in a charming, yet strange small New England Town. The timeline for this story is mostly in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events. Susan Z. Ritz describes her characters as quirky, unique, dysfunctional and dramatic.

Celeste Fortune is a Bartender in this small town, and is in therapy with Larry, to improve her life by discussing her dreams. Many of the other neighbors also go to Larry to discuss their dreams as well.  Larry seems to have a nice size clientele. Usually, nothing goes wrong in this small town, but Celeste finds Larry dead. Also gone is his computer, with all his client’s information on it. Who could want Larry dead? Why would anyone want Larry dead?

There suddenly is a danger and another dead body.  There seem to be some questionable characters. There are a  mystical feel and magical essence in this story. At times it is difficult to tell reality from fantasy. I would recommend this novel for those readers who enjoy an unusual mystery.

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