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Dying For Redemption
by Chris Freeburn Quiet Storm Publishing

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0974960853

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

A fun look at life after death in limbo. There you'll meet Callous, private eye to the spirit world, who spends his time on helping murder victims answer questions that hold them in limbo.
Callous' niece, Abby, is murdered because of research she was doing for a college paper. Her family call on Callous for help in solving the murder. Callous is simultaneously working for Willow Flannery who was killed in a car accident when her brake line was cut. There are plenty of interesting characters and movement to make this a good story, but the basic writing detracts from the reader's enjoyment. The author has good sense of time and place and a talent for creating very readable stories and once the basics are addressed in the writing, Dying For Redemption
will be a very enjoyable read.

 

 
 

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