A Matter Of Trust Review

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I requested A Matter Of Trust by Lis Weihl on the recommendation of a friend, hoping for something fast-paced and exciting.  And I have to say, it did not disappoint!

After the recent death of her husband, Mia returns to work as a prosecutor.  While talking on the phone with a friend and coworker, Mia hears a gunshot and realizes she has just been witness to a murder.  She is assigned to the case and teams up with a detective, Charlie, to find out who killed her friend.

I've been watching so many mystery/crime shows on TV lately, and this book reminded me of one of those shows, only written down.  It was easy to read and made me want to keep reading.  I may or may not have skipped working out during the kids' naps because the book sucked me in and I didn't want to put it down.  

While not overtly Christian, except for little tidbits here and there, this was a clean, exciting suspense novel, and I definitely want to check out more of Lis Weihl's books!

Note: I received this e-book for free from Booksneeze in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.
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Emily grapes said...

haha, I have to admit. When I read this initially, I thought she became a prostitute and I was all, what? you read this!! haha then I re read when it didn't make sense for a prostitute to help a detective, and it all clicked. haha

Emily at Amazing Grapes

Michelle said...

Yay! It is a good one. Thanks for the shout out. : )

Anonymous said...

You should try ALL of Erynn Mangum's books. They are amazing. I own almost all of them, and plan on purchasing the ones I don't own as soon as possible.

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