Book Reviews, Fiction

Traces of Guilt

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This is the first book of Dee Henderson’s that I have read and it has me hooked. She will now be a permanent fixture on my shelves. It is so easy to get lost in a book when there are a ton of characters and different stories with in the big plot but the way Henderson writes is perfection. She introduces the characters in such a way that builds. She introduces a guy and then a friend and the the brother of the first guy and the mutual friend again. It was so easy to read and so easy to follow.

Clear and crisp writting that I never wanted to put down and was ahhhhh when I realized that it was over!!!

General Synopsis from Dee Henderson’s Page

Lieutenant Evie Blackwell is using her vacation to look into two cold cases in Carin County. A deputy, his wife and eleven-year old son, disappeared. And in an unrelated case, a six-year-old girl was abducted from a hotel. Sheriff Gabriel Thane and his brothers Will and Joshua, have lived with these cases for years. I couldn’t write about just one Thane brother when all three have fascinating stories, so I decided to give you a family, centered around Evie and Gabriel, and let you enjoy what happens when Evie comes to Carin County.

I can say that after reading this there is SOOO much more to this book than that little paragraph! The way that Henderson weaves each characters unique faith is a sweet little foundation to this book. The bonds that she has created among such a large group of characters is a beautiful thing to see and experience.

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Wonderful book! Read it, you will love it! If you have never checked out THRIFTBOOKS make sure you do!!They sell new and used book and the used books especially are GREAT prices!

 

 

 

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