Three Beautiful Sisters, Carly, Nina And Jeanette Each Living A Life Filled With Hidden Secrets The Police Tells Nina That Their Youngest Sister Jeanette Has Committed Suicide Nina, So Full Of Guilt And Remorse, Decides To Go To New York To Make Funeral Arrangements For Her Sister When A Stranger Reveals To Her That Jeanette S Death Was No Suicide, Nina Must Struggle To Put Aside Her Personal Feelings For A Handsome Detective In Order To Find Out Who Killed Her Sister Their Secret Filled Lives Will Come To A Screeching Halt, When They Find Out The Murderer May Be Someone In Their Own Little Web Of Tangled Lies. I m just a sucker for a good murder mystery, especially if there s a good romance involved I enjoyed the visually descriptive work of this author It made me feel like I was watching a good movie Even the best editors, make a few mistakes here and there The most important thing is the concept of the story Each of the characters were well defined These three sister s came together when th
The title was inviting as was the story premise however the execution was disappointing It was too wordy at times, with many grammar mistakes and the writer didn t provided the reader with a subtle build up rather everything was blatantly over explained. I liked the story line it was very interesting But a lot of grammatical mistakes Needs a better proof reader.The story was predictable not enough tension but I liked it well enough for light reading I do not think it would take four hours to fly from Raleigh NC to NY either.
- 184 pages
- A Trio of Deceit
- Annette Reid
- 10 September 2017 Annette Reid