ERICA SPINDLER JUSTICE FOR SARA PDF
When seventeen-year-old Katherine McCall awakened one morning to find her beloved sister, Sara, brutally murdered, her whole life changed. A year-old woman’s quest to uncover the truth behind her sister’s murder propels this spine-tingling romantic thriller from bestseller Spindler. Best-selling author Spindler relies on clichés and red herrings to flesh out this modestly entertaining thriller.
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Erica Spindler | New York Times Best Selling Author: New Releases
I received a copy of Justice for Sara by Erica Spindler in exchange for an honest review. While the jury found her innocent, sra everyone else agreed, and her only choice was to go into hiding.
The secrets and suspicions still run deep. Kat has an ally in Detective Luke Tanner, son of the former Liberty police chief, but he spinler be her only one. In Justice for Sara we get a murder mystery and romance all rolled up neatly into one, and it works.
Erica Spindler invites us into the world of secrets and lies, and what Kat and Luke learn about themselves and their families is interesting. There are always skeletons in the closet, some creepier than others.
And these are some pretty creepy skeletons. The narrative style is tight, one segment leading closely to the next.
Book Review: Justice for Sara by Erica Spindler – Chick Lit Plus by Samantha March
In some ways I found this storytelling style monotonous and predictable; but on the other hand, there is an order to the book that helps the reader keep up with the twists and turns, the flashbacks and internal dialogue. The story jumps between present day and juwtice decade earlier at the time of the murder.
This story in a nutshell is about perspective, like a neo-impressionist Seurat painting—just tiny dots up close but as you back away a true picture reveals itself.
The murder is just one tiny dot in the complex composition of Liberty living, a place in which everyone knows everybody and all their mustice or so people think.
For anyone who has ever left home and come back to find it fits a little too tight, you will identify with this book. But there are some fpr you have to face, and here Kat stands up to fight the battle to get Justice for Sara. This is a great summer read, perfect for a hammock or lounge chair, sipping iced tea or a mint julep.
Chick Lit Plus by Samantha March. You may also enjoy: The Big Job by Libby Kirsch. One Little Lie by Holly Willow.
Book Review: Justice for Sara by Erica Spindler
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