Invalid Evidence (Jil Kidd, #3) by Stevie Mikayne

Invalid Evidence (Jil Kidd, #3)

Just when she is most needed at home, private investigator Jil Kidd is sent to the island of St. Eméline to investigate the death of an Orca trainer at a sea aquarium. Once there, she discovers that the death might not have been the fault of the killer whale who’s getting the blame. As the investigation heats up, she discovers a toxic work environment, corporate fraud, and a whole whack of motive for murder. Not to mention her very attractive ...

Details Invalid Evidence (Jil Kidd, #3)

TitleInvalid Evidence (Jil Kidd, #3)
Release DateDec 11th, 2018
PublisherBold Strokes Books
GenreRomance, Mystery

Reviews Invalid Evidence (Jil Kidd, #3)

  • Lex Kent
    4.25 Stars. I really enjoyed this one. This is the third book in the Jil Kidd series and I think it was my favorite. I was totally wrapped up in the story and I could not put the book down. I absolutely recommend these to mystery/romance fans. While each book deals with a separate mystery to solve, I would recommend starting at book one UnCatholic Conduct. The romance/relationship of the two main characters really grows and changes so you would m...
  • Diane Wallace
    'ARC provided by both NetGalley and The Publisher in exchange for a honest review'**'Details make a story human and the more human a story can be,the better..What lasts in the reader's mind is not the phrase but the effect the phrase created...'Great series..4.5stars!'INVALID EVIDENCE' heralds the return and pairing of Jil & Jess along with a few recurring and supportive characters in this compelling and also well written series. When an inexplic...
  • Joc
    I enjoyed reading this third instalment in the link: Jil Kidd series, but not quite as much as I had hoped I would. Padraig, Jil’s boss, informs her that she has an investigation to do into the killing of a whale trainer on an island north of Curacao. Jil and Jessica decide to take the opportunity to use the investigation as a working island getaway. Then Jess gets the phone call that her husband, who has been unconscious for five years, has ta...
  • Bethany
    After binge reading all 3 books in this series right in a row, I can easily say that this was my favorite of the bunch! If you haven't read the first two books in this series, Uncatholic Conduct or Illicit Affairs, I would highly recommend starting at the beginning of the series. You could technically start with this one and still be alright, but you would really miss out on a ton of the character development if you just started with this book fi...
  • Colleen Corgel
    Okay, I am going to preface this by saying that I haven't read the previous books in the series and I know it contributed to my feelings about the book. It is a decent mystery that does a really good job at building the character arch of Jess. When the book basically starts off as a work-cation, with Jil getting a job at an aquarium that's located on an island in the Caribbean. Jess comes along, with the hopes that the relaxation will help her wi...
  • Melissa
    I love mystery/thriller books. This third book from Stevie Mikayne didn't disappoint. I don't know if this could be considered as the third in a series (I think it is), but it sure helped to read her other two books for character history. This books can absolutely be a stand alone read, though. I enjoyed the way this author gives what feels like accurate representation to marine wildlife. I also appreciated how the author handled the reconciliati...
  • JWG1973UK
    I received an ARC copy of this book from the Publisher via Netgalley and I am voluntarily leaving my review.This is the first book by this author that I have read. I did not realise at the time of requesting it that it was book 3 of a series. It just means that I will have to go read book 1&2 and then re-read this book. It can be read as a stand-a-lone but feel like if I had read the previous two in the serious I would have had a better understan...
  • Aleana Harris
    I received an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Ok this is the first book by this author that I have read. I did not know this was the third book of this series. I like the storyline and how the author was knowledgeable about marine wildlife.I like Jill and Jess romance and this was a great mystery thriller and I'm going to have to get first two books because I want to see how they met and fell in love and everything about Jess f...
  • Bonnie
    This is book number 3 in Stevie Mikayne’s ‘Jil Kidd’ series. While you may find it all right as is it’s much wiser to read all three novels starting with ‘Uncatholic Conduct’ and ‘Illicit Affairs’ in order to really get a feel for these books. In this one Jil’s boss Padraig informs Jil he has decided to call it quits but needs her to go to the island of St. Eméline to investigate the death of a Orca trainer believed to have bee...
  • Cheryl Shrock
    This was an unusual and interesting combination of events. It involved intrigue, mystery, action, orcas, dolphins, drugs, gambling, grieving and dealing with a long awaited death. As I said...unusual combination. But it works. There is a bit of romance and a bit of sex but mostly just a strong supportive relationship. One of the main characters is going through a very emotional time dealing with guilt, career changes and death. The other main cha...
  • Claudia
    I enjoyed both, the mystery and the characters' arc. This is the third book on the series and, if you want to really enjoy it, you should read them in order.The characters are as attractive as always, the dialogues really good, the romance meaningful, and the plot truly well-done. You'll get clues along the story, which adds to the fun because you can try to solve the mystery alongside Jil.There are a lot of personal issues going on, too: Jess' j...
  • Best Lesbian Erotica
    This is the third book in the ongoing saga of private investigator, Jillienne Kidd and school principal, Jessica Blake. Each book deals with a fresh mystery so is stand-alone in that sense, but the relationship is progressing, so if you want to follow the romance you may want to read the two previous books before starting this one. This is quite an interesting read. We give it a 3.5, rounded down to 3.Read full review @https://www.bestlesbianerot...
  • Ro
    This book was like having two complete stories in one. The main story is a great mystery that had my heart racing several times, it is so exciting. Jil, one of the main characters is a PI working a case of did a killer whale kill one of its handlers. Jil and her life partner Jess fly off to an island to work on the case. However when they land Jess is called home because her husband is dying. Jess flies back home to deal with the situation. She h...
  • Sam Alexander
    Invalid Evidence lets us catch up with some old friends, Jil Kidd and Jessica Blake. This is a welcome addition to their story which I have enjoyed so far, but it works as a stand-alone story too. More than anything this is a mystery with romance, attraction and temptation playing a supporting, but important, role. Jess is a complex character who still struggles with Catholic guilt, Jil has her own issues to work through too. This book is well-wr...
  • Marcie Callewaert
    A romance and a mystery all rolled into one! Set mostly in the Caribbean at a failing marine park and juxtaposed against urban Canada, both of our protagonists solve their own mysteries while forcefully separated - I appreciated that the orca and dolphins got their happy endings too!
  • Mel
    After the death of an orca trainer, the owner of the sea aquarium suspects something fishy and hires private investigator Jill Kidd to investigate. Jill and her partner Jess take the opportunity to combine Jill's work trip with a much needed vacation. Unfortunately Jess has received unexpected bad news that forces her to immediately return home and combined with Jess's illness, she is forced to question her career.There's enough character develop...