Friday, February 28, 2014

Distortion- Book Review

I'm a big fan of page-turning, can't out the book down, stay up all night till it's finished kind of mystery/suspense novels. So, with that in mind, I had high expectations when I went to read Terri Blackstock's Distortion. It's the first book of hers, and let me say, she did not disappoint. This was a book I read from cover to cover in 12 hours or so.

A white Camero. After Dr. Bob Cole is shot dead right in front of his wife Juliet, that car could hold all the answers Juliet needs to track down the killer. But Juliet and her family-turned-investigative team soon learn the white Camaro is only one piece to an even bigger puzzle to a series of events that led to Bob's death. Along the way - Juliet's boys and family are threatened, and she learns the betrayal of her husband is deeper than she could have ever imagined… a life mixed with drugs, deceit, secret bank accounts and more. Distortion is a book that you won't be able to put down as you follow Juliet and her small team discovers all the truths behind who Bob really was. 

I truly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it. I give it five stars. This is definatetly a page turner without all the blood and gore, I can really appreciate that! Thank you Zondervan for allowing me to review it before it's release date. This is my honest review, I was not compensated for a positive review.

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