Justice for Sara
As a notorious curmudgeon of the male persuasion, I can only rarely be persuaded to read romance. I tend to find the relentless way in which the designated couple are manipulated until they can fall breathless into each other’s arms at the end of an exciting adventure rather tiresome. Yet here I come actually recommending Justice for Sara. “How can this be possible?” you ask.
Well, it’s all down to the quality of the plot, the interesting narrative structure, the pleasing characterization, and the elegant simplicity of the prose (I don’t think I missed anything out there). In fact, no matter which feature of a book you base your assessment on, this has got it.
So here comes Kat, something of a teenage hellion who’s accused and then acquitted of her sister’s murder. Ten years later, she’s provoked into returning to the small town in Louisiana to find out who really killed her sister. Almost immediately, she meets Luke, the good-looking son of the Chief of Police who ran the original investigation. From then on, it’s a tour of the town accusing all the likely suspects until she finally gets it right. No, really, it’s a well-executed plot. Read it and enjoy!
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|Mystery, Crime, Thriller