Saturday, May 10, 2014

distortion review

"Distortion" by Terri Blackstock is the second book in the Moonlighters Series.  Though it would be helpful to read the first, it isn't necessary.  This book follows Juliet, the wife of a surgeon, who watches her husband be gunned down and then works to solve the murder.  She works part-time for a private investigator as does her two sisters.  The more Juliet digs into the murder case the more she comes to know her real husband.  Bob, the husband, had been leading a double life.  And before the murder of Bob can be solved the mystery of who Bob is must be solved first.
This is a pretty good book.  It moves quick with lots of layers into how deep things go.  There are a couple of unrealistic instances that are pretty improbable, but they are few and far between.  I usually like Blackstock's writing and this one does not disappoint.  She is a Christian writer without all of the Christian fiction usuals.  The characters are realistic people, there is real action and real mystery.  Good book.  I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from  formerly known as Book Sneeze.

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