Thursday, March 28, 2013

Review of the book A Matter of Trust by Lis Wiehl

This book was another murder mystery book. This book is about a woman who hears her friend being shot on the phone and heard her die and they try to figure out how who did this. And there is alot of twists and turns because I thought I had the killer all figured out but I was wrong.  I like books like this and I read it in about 2 days, the second day I read for about 3 hours because I couldn't put it down. This book was another murder mystery book.I think I would freak out if I was on the phone with a friend and heard her die. I would be scared that the killer would come after me next and wonder why my friend was killed. I am fascinated by killers like Lizzie Borden because I see why she did what she did, she had good reasons and I support her even though people either wanted her dead or in jail. I like watching her on tv and movies, even though they are violent, I resonant with that. Most people think that watching that stuff is going to an extreme but I disagree. I enjoy what I enjoy and I don't need people's permission to do something. We all like different things so lets just let others be how they want. I actually bought the Lizzie Borden movies because I want to re watch it and just enjoy it. I like that I can get into her head and see why she does what she does.

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