Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Framed to Death - A Review

Framed To Death
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Christina Freeburn

A Review

High school football, Illicit drugs, and arson, do not mix. Yet that is what faces the residents of Eden, a small town that appears nothing like its namesake.

Suspects include high school students, the football coach, local entrepreneurs, and police officers, all appear as possible suspects. It would take the work of Faith Hunter, an ex-husband, her grandmothers, friends, and the local police chief, to solve the crime before more murders and stores could go up in flames.

Like most books coming from Henery Press, Framed to Death was enjoyable and fun. But it was not the book I kept wanting to return to - finding excuses to watch another hour of TV or lay down to sleep, rather than picking up the book to finish what should have been a fascinating story. The story seemed to drag a bit more than others - at least for this reader. Thus the book, is good, is not great.

This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.

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