Three Days to Forever Review

Three Days to Forever Review
Three Days to Forever opens with David O’Callaghan on a secret operation outside Tehran, Iraq. His heroic feat plays a part in a future confrontation, tying the past and present together.

Now it is Thursday, December 29th, and the year is coming to an end. Spencer Manor and Spencer Inn in Deep Creek Lake, a resort area in Western Maryland, were all abuzz with the final preparations for Mac Faraday and Archie Monday’s wedding to be held in just a few days.

All was going well until Mac received a disturbing card and photograph of a man who had somehow slipped into Archie’s bachelorette party and left a threatening message. Russell Dooley threatened to harm Archie, and David and Mac are doing everything they can to protect her.

While Mac was dealing with the presence of a possible killer, Pennsylvania State Police Homicide Detective Cameron Thornton, Joshua’s wife, was struggling with her emotions on the tenth anniversary of her first husband’s murder. She refused to attend anything connected with the holiday season or wedding, preferring to keep busy with her job.

The rest of Joshua’s family were enjoying themselves as all the related families and friends gathered at the Inn for the long-awaited wedding. That is, until more danger and an op or two threatened to ruin the holiday wedding plans altogether.

Three Days to Forever, a Mac Faraday Mystery, written by Lauren Carr is the most in-depth novel so far in this series. Carr has written two Joshua Thornton Mysteries, ten Mac Faraday Mysteries, two Lovers in Crime Mysteries and a Thorny Rose Mystery.

What is most unique is that they often, at one time or another, seem to tie-in or at least acknowledge various characters from the other books giving the while group of books a large family feel to the stories.

The prolific author creates page turners that entertain readers from start to finish. Her in-depth stories with numerous unexpected twists and turns will keep fans on the edge of their seat. Three Days to Forever, in particular, is the most harrowing yet.

Carr has done her homework in every area including the scenes in Iraq and later in Maryland. Whether she is building up for the next surprise, or playfully connecting couples together, her stories will definitely have you staying up late, and later, longing for the next book in the series. A top-notch author delivering thrilling, fast-paced stories is the best readers can hope for, and Carr definitely fits the bill.

If you are interested in reading any or all of Lauren Carr’s books, they are available on

A special thank you goes to Lauren Carr and Acorn Books Services for providing us with a complimentary copy of this book.

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