Couch Genre : Mystery & Suspense Mystery & Suspense Couch pro Books Author : Penelope Connolly Penelope Connollyetalent : Suspense, Drama, Cultivation, Crime station : 3.7/5 starsRead Similar to Midnight Sun? No problem! The Midnight Sun team is back with a vengeance and ready to pummel your house with mystery and suspense. This time around we have three new books in one package! So get reading because the magical world of Covert Action series is about to begin!
Covert Action: The Game of Death
After the death of his newborn baby girl, Mattie Manlove is left with one task – raising a bottle-throwing, curse-beating, blood-thirsty labrador mix named Bailey. But how can he do this when every muscle in his body has been sponges for supernatural events for the last 19 years? Overall, this is an interesting concept and the first book in the Covert Action series to feature it. But the series is a lot more than just a popular novel. The books explore pretty hair-pulling, sex-saturated escapades between a “Royal” and a “Roman” bloodline, and grave mysteries of the occult.
## Covert Action: Destination Imballation
In this novel, Coast Guard cutter Impel Down goes off the deep end when it comes to the identity of a deceased crewmember who disappeared during World War II. This novel is one of the most bizarre and enjoyable books in the series, taking the reader on a wild ride through the minds and troubled lives of three characters. It is also one of the most unbelievably bizarre books in the series. There are so many detail-oriented details, from the author’s words “exaggerated” to the actual blood-letting and dismemberment, that the book reads like a “true story” instead of a “fantasy”.
## Covert Action: The Real Thing
This is one of the series’s standout books, if only for the DOA forensic analysis of a body in the desert. It follows a group of high-schoolers as they investigate the disappearance of a popular hit-boy model while on their way to Vegas to celebrate their senior year. The book focuses on the characters more than the facts, though: the mind-bending fact-lessons taught by “real” victims, the bizarre and often bizarre happenings, and the “revenge” characters take on when someone dings their score. The series has evolved a lot as the years, and the books remain as fun and unpredictable as ever.
## Covert Action: Dead Man’s Chest
This is one of the most tunnified books in the series. The mystery surrounding the loss of one of the Royal family members is the main story throughout the series, but the characters deal with it in a more candid and heart-wrenching way than ever. This is perhaps the best book in the series for ending the series with a big cliffhanger. The characters are as fascinating and interesting as ever, and the story of a search for truth and avenge is as thrilling and shocking as ever.
## Goats, Dinosaurs, and a Corpse in the Closet
This is the most shocking and underrated book in the series. It follows a group of students as they investigate the deaths of two ancient Goats, aunts and uncles, who vanished more than a millennia ago. The book is filled with bizarre and bizarre occurrences, strange characters, and “revenge” characters seeking to avenge the murders of their relatives. This is a beautifully written novel that leaves the reader with an indelible impression.
## Get to Know Your Rancher
This is one of the most unexpected books in the series. It follows an Amish man who returns to his estate in the remote western half of America after 30 years. This is a truly bizarre and polarizing novel, but one that all the characters in it seem to really like. Also, this is the only book in the series where the author uses her own unadorned, uncolored drawing as a character’s portrait.
## Make A Murderer: The Trial of Clarence Darrow
This is the most bizarre and bizarre book in the series. The trial of the world’s greatest criminal, Clarence Darrow, is the main plot of the series and follows his defense team as they defend their man against a mountain of circumstantial evidence. Also, this is the only book in the series where the author goes back and sketches the criminals for the book cover.
## Night on Marsh Island
This is the most bizarre and opposite of the usual night on Marsh Island story. In this novel, a young man whose real name is Moses is taken in by a family on Marsh Island and raised as their own. There are so many bizarre and odd characters that it’s a miracle that the book is even half-way done!
## An unfounded accusation against a well-known and respected writer
This is the most bizarre and bizarre book in the series. It follows a group of high-schoolers as they investigate the horrific disappearance of a young friend, Paige “Peg” Bailey, in 1944. This is a book that leaves the reader with an indelible impression and a fascinating story to tell about the Amish, teens, and mystery of the missing girl.
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