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Seeing Is Believing
by Chris Grover Amber Quill Press

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1592792731

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

Review

Do you like to snoop? Just be careful whose business you are poking into or you could wind up like Tony Almington. Dead. Liz Moretti had an argument with her business partner, Tony, and in her anger made an idle threat. But Tony never took her seriously and refused to get back to work. He much preferred his favorite pastime of sticking his nose into other people's business. But this was the last time he'd ever do it. When Tony called Liz in the middle of the night, she started off to meet him, but got a flad tire. An insistent policeman stopped to help change the tired and instead arrested Liz. Tony's body was in the boot of her car. Not enough evidence to hold her, Liz was freed. Confused and sorrowing over Tony's death, she determines to find his killer. With the aid of friends, she follows the trail of Tony's last hours and tries to find out who wants her framed for his murder. A mystery to keep you reading, a tale with fun characters, a little romance mixed on. Talented Chris Grover takes us into the dark side of life where sex and drugs are tools of the trade. Recommended as a fun read to satisfy any myster lover.

 

 
 

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