Friday, March 22, 2013

Review of the book Truth Stained Lies by Terri Blackstock

I really enjoyed this book. It was a murder/suspense book plot. This book was well worth the wait considering it took a month to get my book because they had some delays in it.

This book was about a husband who was divorced from his wife and didn't have custody of his son and barely saw his son but was accused of killing his wife. The wife had been found shot to death in the shower with all her clothes on. The husband had claimed that the wife had wrote him an email that day asking him to come over and work things out and that when he got there that day, a person in a clown suit was leaving the house. So when the police came they thought he had done it and did not believe the clown story. Turns out the boys uncle had killed the woman because he had wanted the inheritance he was owed. Well the end of the book ends with the rightful man out of jail and the uncle in jail for all the caused. All in all it was a very good book and I read it in 3 days . I like reading books like this because its hard to figure out who did it, police consider everyone suspect because anyone can commit a sin and lie about it and they have to figure out who was telling the truth and who is not and its hard to know sometimes. And its hard to see who is lying sometimes. .

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