We owe it to each other to tell stories - Neil Gaiman

Friday, 30 December 2011

Sentenced to Death

Title: Sentenced to Death

Author: Lorna Barrett

Pages: 327

Publisher: Berkley

Source: Borrowed

The Synopsis

It’s Founders' Day in Stoneham and the whole village has turned out to celebrate in the square, including Tricia’s friend and festivities organizer Deborah Black. As everyone watches Deborah give the opening speech, a small aircraft crashes into the village gazebo, killing both Deborah and the pilot. While the Sheriff’s Department is convinced that it was an accident, Tricia has a feeling that there’s more to the story. And when she reads between the lines of the case, what she finds is worse than the most sinister whodunit …
TAKEN FROM LORNABARRETT.COM

The Review:

This one was tricky - it could so easily have been an accident!! It was really sharp of Tricia to dig and see that it was more than that. I liked that it was a mystery to solve without seeming like it would be one.

With so many possible suspects once Tricia decides it was no accident this may actually be the most complex book in the series so far. So much happens in this one, that it was unputdownable.

I definitely see a reread of this series in the near future.

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