Book review: The Bourbon Thief

The Bourbon ThiefThe Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Song: The Zombies – She’s Not There

A beautiful woman in a red dress with a plan walks into a bar. Sounds like a start to a noir detective, doesn’t it? It certainly felt like that sometimes throughout the book. A beautiful woman, a rich man, a million dollar bottle of bourbon and a story. A story about a young girl, two young girls actually, that were tied together with a red ribbon and a curse.

I’m not going to give you quotes or images to help you figure out what exactly this story is, because it should be experienced without preconceptions and prejudices. Go into it with open mind and you will leave better for it. With a bleeding heart, but still, better. At least that’s what I did.
This book packs a powerful punch and it hit me, hit hard. I’m still crying as I write this and I would cry for a little while longer, but I wouldn’t trade this experience for the world.

Over and out.

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