All Saints' Secrets #2020

All Saints' Secrets By Nicole Loughan All Saints Secrets Mystery Suspense Humor Saints Mystery Series Book Two All Saints Secrets is the follow up to the Best Selling novella To Murder a Saint After her death the kids used to say her ghost haunted the plant
  • Title: All Saints' Secrets
  • Author: Nicole Loughan
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  • Page: 334
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All Saints' Secrets By Nicole Loughan
    All Saints' Secrets By Nicole Loughan Mystery Suspense Humor Saints Mystery Series Book Two All Saints Secrets is the follow up to the Best Selling novella To Murder a Saint After her death the kids used to say her ghost haunted the plantation The bayou holds many secrets One of them is what really happened to Lisette, a beautiful Creole teenager who died on the last day of school EveryboMystery Suspense Humor Saints Mystery Series Book Two All Saints Secrets is the follow up to the Best Selling novella To Murder a Saint After her death the kids used to say her ghost haunted the plantation The bayou holds many secrets One of them is what really happened to Lisette, a beautiful Creole teenager who died on the last day of school Everybody in Fanchon s reclusive bayou parish knows Lisette died in a boating accident, but when the police take a closer look, they unearth the dead girl and find a surprise in her grave Fanchon tries to stay out of it, but the Saints keep pulling her back, with a secret sure to change her life This latest Saints adventure takes Fanchon from New York to New Orleans for Halloween and to one of Louisiana s most beautiful plantations, Oak Alley.It is recommended that the books in the Saint series be read in order starting with To Murder a Saint.
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    About “Nicole Loughan

    • Nicole Loughan

      When Nicole is not heading off a tantrum or finding the best public bathroom to use with young children she is writing her column The Starter Mom or working on one of her books She also writes about restaurants for two greater Philadelphia newspapers, not that she ever finds time to eat in restaurants any.

    583 thoughts on “All Saints' Secrets

    • This was the first book I ve read by this author and in this series so it took me a tad bit in the beginning to get my bearings as far as the characters were concerned from everything that happened in book 1 Once that happened I got into it a bit and the author has done a wonderful job of throwing a ton of swerves in this book There wasn t just the killer to contend with from book 1 but also a few other mysteries to resolve, from a floating dead girl, to a lecherous dirt bag and even Fanchon s [...]


    • In this sequel to To Murder a Saint , Fanchon s injuries and failed Broadway audition has her returning to the Bayou While she s recuperating and recovering from her serious leg injury, she learns that the police are taking a second look at the death of her best friend s younger sister Perhaps her death wasn t an accident after all But to verify certain suspicions, they will need the family s permission to exhume the body from the crypt and promise to have the body returned before All Soul s Day [...]


    • You have to read book one the murder of a saint before starting all saints secrets,this is a simple murder mystery,that is fast paced with great characters,that are not too deep or complicated to understand.Nicole Laughan takes the reader into a culture that is not widely known about and gives the reader a world of characters that love protect,one another in a closed in community,where your ancestry is a pride to wear like a badge and secrets are nobodys business but their own.The creole family [...]


    • I thoroughly enjoyed reading All Saints Secrets It s a short read but well written and thoroughly entertaining It s not often I read the middle book of a series and then want to read the others, but this case will be an exception I ll not only read the rest of the Saints series, but I ll be watching for books from this author.


    • Back in August of last year I wrote a review of To Murder A Saint by Nicole Loughan At the time I really enjoyed the book, set in both the swamps of Louisiana and the City of New York There were some issues with it, without a doubt Nicole is a journalist first and foremost, and her first foray into a non fiction work of mystery was rough, but showed exceptional promise.Since that time, I have had pleasant on line conversations with Nicole, and learned a bit about her, as well as passing along so [...]


    • Publishers Summary After her death the kids used to say her ghost haunted the plantation The bayou holds many secrets One of them is what really happened to Lisette, a beautiful Creole teenager who died on the last day of school Everybody in Fanchon s reclusive bayou parish knows Lisette died in a boating accident, but when the police take a closer look, they unearth the dead girl and find a surprise in her grave.All Saints Secrets is the sequel to To Murder a Saint It is highly recommended that [...]


    • It s always wonderful to stumble upon a new book and a new series that captives your imagination That is the case for me w All Saints Secrets I will freely admit that when I first began reading this mystery thriller I wasn t convinced that I was a fan of the author s approach However, after about 25% into the read I found myself mesmerized by all of the goings on down in the bayou.Fanchon has had a hard time since the murder of her best friend, Josephine and being attacked by a crazed man with a [...]


    • may contain spoilers I can t decide which book I liked better this one or the first one Hmmm it is a tough decision, but I think I actually liked this one better The only downside to All Saint s Secrets is that, if you HAVEN T read To Kill a Saint, you might be a bit lost It is not like some books in a series where you can pop in on the second book and still understand what s going on However, having read the first book, I was quite pleased to be able to grow with the characters and the plot Thi [...]


    • Sequels often fall short of the original The original here was a strong one And I have to say number two in this series was even better I loved it The already likable characters got a chance to be built upon, and the story itself meshed well with the feel of the first one, with a bit to it making for a good solid read It was a slightly longer book than the first This is still short as far as novels go, but that worked out well for me as I was on the edge of my seat the whole time and it didn t [...]


    • I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review Recently, I read Nicole Loughan s To Murder a Saint and raved about it It s part of a series, but To Murder a Saint can 100% be read independently.So when I was able to get a copy of the second book in the series, All Saints Secrets, I was pretty excited And it did not disappoint I did enjoy To Murder a Saint than All Saints Secrets, but Nicole stuck in some shocking twists for sure.For the full review, visit Love at [...]


    • I won this book through the First Reads Giveaway program This book surpassed even the first one, which I liked quite a lot The storyline was great The characters are wonderfully likeable or alternately hate able for the villains I very much hope that Loughan continues the saga of Fanchon and the rest of the Nawlins crew, and if so, feel free to send me a copy if you want p Also, note to the author You do realize the running header on all the pages of this book says To Murder a Saint rather than [...]


    • Very interesting story set in the Louisiana swamps That culture is much than southern Plus there is a mystery involved or several mysteries, actually Sadly, this is book 2 of a series and I have not read book 1 so I was a bit behind on some of the details Yet I still enjoyed this book a lot I would love to read the first book.


    • My only complaint about these books is that they are too short I love the story and the amount of research that has obviously been put into the books You really can t put them down, they just end much too quickly.


    • I read this last month and forgot to list it I was in a bad reading slump and this book pulled me out of it I didn t realize until I started reading it that this is the second in the series and I would recommend starting with the first book if you can Although I was swept up in the mystery and enjoyed the New Orleans setting and culture The pace and writing style are unique, so give yourself time to acclimate when you read this author Once you do the writing will just carry you along.


    • I thought this book 2nd book was ok It didn t have the edge of the seat suspenseful feel like the first one did till towards the ending But then when it came it was a omg moment Never saw that one comingThe only thing I didn t like was the triangle between fanchon, beau, and banyan of course I m pulling for a certain one but then the other one gets left out and I can t help but feel sorry for the dude Good story and will continue on to read the next book


    • Really enjoyed this book She captured the attitude and feel of cajun country I made the mistake of reading this 1st I think I should have researched this a bit and purchased title 1 then All Saints Secrets.Characters are believable, good story line and some shocking twists Today I will order the next book in the series.


    • Great SeriesI enjoyed the first book and thought this second in the series was better than the first I totally did see the twist at the end and I am definitely going to read the third book to see what happens next I love the length and pacing of these books I think this allowed the story to stay tight and on point.


    • Very entertaining Also very scary, with a surprising ending Death by alligator, and other macabre ways to leave this world I personally couldn t put it down once I got into it A little romance, with a promise of If you like a good murder mystery, you should love this one.


    • Fanchon Book two picks up from Fanchon s injuries in book one Past deaths come to light as an additional body is found in a ctept Accidents are proven to be murder And, is Fanchon really Fanchon A true surprise ending, with a lot of action.


    • Sad and violentThis book has a dark feel to it, created well by the author Well written though needs a proofreader for quite a few typos and grammar check In many dark books the evil are left alive I m glad to say in this one they are all taken care of well.


    • Different The story was interesting insofar that it centres around people who live in swamps around New Orleans with a vastly different culture to almost anywhere else Well written.


    • Another good read from Ms LoghanI enjoyed this story as much as the first The author makes you care about the characters I definitely will read of her work Editing still needs improved but not too distracting.


    • Cajun interestingLoved the twisting story line and unexpected ending Wanting to read the next book The writing style is just a little stilted though Overall, enjoyable and worth reading.


    • Short on actionThe plot is short on action The description of the plot of the previous book is nonsensical and seems like a sad attempt at grim humor The characters are shallow and trite The Louisiana flavor is sadly lacking.



    • All Saints SecretWonderfully written Suspense throughout the story I will definitely read the next book Never saw the end coming and can t wait to read .


    • AbsorbingWhat a great story An easy read with a bit of mystery and romance thrown in I really enjoyed it.




    • Looking forward to book 3Loved the characters it was fast reading surprised ending Looking to find out if she keeps her na for changes it back.


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