One widow, one killer--who will die first?
Gutsy, grieving Anna is determined to find who murdered her husband. Hampered by agonizing loneliness, her obsessive-compulsive mother, and her over-controlling father, she defies convention and the law to investigate on her own. When she runs up against a handsome police detective who’s determined to save Anna from herself, she has to step up her rogue search for the killer before time, and dwindling leads, runs out.
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While growing up, going to libraries felt like an adventure filled with mystery and wonder to Debra. The hushed tones invoked secrets, and the dusty, sometimes moldy scent of paper smelled like perfume. Leaving the library with just a single book never happened. Years later, her love of reading turned to passion for writing. Debra’s an award-winning artist who lives in southern Arizona where the average summer temperatures are truly hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk.
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An Interesting Twist
Debra Erfert's newest book, A Strange Twist of Fate, certainly lives up to its name. The story follows Anna, a recent widow who can't leave well enough alone. Convinced her husband's death wasn't an accident, she's secretly investigated his demise for the past year, but one of her leads gets her into serious trouble and lands her in the hands of Detective Lee Adams.
Together, the two try to figure out if Anna's husband really was murdered, or it it's all just in her head. However, on their journey, they uncover several other crimes, risking life and limb. And the end is a plot twist worthy of the title.
If you're a fan of deductive thrillers, this is the read for you. There's a lot of action, a couple red herrings, and a bit of romance that has a little more passion than I normally like to read. But even with that, I'd still consider this a clean read. The characters are well-developed and the story flows. There were a few points I didn't quite like where it seemed stereo-typical, but that could just be me. Overall, a really great story. I give it four stars.
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