Sunday, June 28, 2015

Intriguing suspense -- Miranda Warning

Some time back, I received a message from Heather Gilbert asking if I would be interested in reading and reviewing her Miranda Warning.  I have to admit that after reading the blurb about the book, I was a little skeptical but decided to give it a try.

This story was definitely different from most of what I usually read, and it took me just a little while to really get into it.  As I continued reading, though, the story drew me in and definitely intrigued me.  I wasn't sure where she was going with the story being told from two totally different perspectives, but the progression which gradually brought the two together, along with the element of suspense throughout, certainly kept me turning the pages.  The wide variety of characters added much to the interest level of the story.

Thanks to Heather for providing a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

About the Book:

Child of the Appalachian mountains, Tess Spencer has experienced more than her share of heartache. The Glock-wielding, knife-carrying housewife knows how to survive whatever life throws at her.

But when an anonymous warning note shows up in her best friend Miranda’s mailbox—a note written in a dead woman’s handwriting—Tess quickly discovers that ghosts are alive and well in Buckneck, West Virginia. Hot on a cold trail, she must use limited clues and her keen insight into human nature to unmask the killer…or the next victim might be Tess herself.

Tinged with the supernatural and overshadowed by the mountains’ lush, protective presence, this twisting psychological mystery is the first in Murder in the Mountains series.
This novel is written from a Christian worldview.

About the Author:

Heather Day Gilbert writes character-driven novels that go beyond the vows, capturing the triumphs and heartaches unique to married couples. A graduate of Bob Jones University, she’s been married to her sweet Yankee husband for eighteen years. After eleven years of homeschooling and eight years of writing, she really doesn’t have many hobbies. Born and raised in the West Virginia mountains, she believes that bittersweet, generational stories are in her blood.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for reading and reviewing, Southern Gal! :)