Thursday, November 6, 2014

Ebook - Almost perfect Review

This is one of the seat on the edge thrillers that will shock and surprise you till the end. The story starts as a murder mystery and everyone trying to find out who has done it. There is a parallel story going on  about a man who is accused of embezzling funds and we get to know his life before holocaust. This is a real page turner and I am so tempted to turn to the last page to see what happens at the end. This is also a story of friendships, betrayals and growing relationships.

Here is more information about the book.

Book description :
A Saturday off-road outing leads to a burned-out car with a man's body inside: a young and successful lawyer found dead, with no known enemies. 
Three women, all deeply connected in some way to the victim, are swept into the investigation, involving a post-WWII love affair, an embezzlement case, and a brilliant police detective. When the truth is revealed, secrets are exposed – they must all face a difficult, complex, and unexpected reality. 

Almost Perfect is a light thriller, which does not require a thorough reading to trace the hidden details. You will find a sophisticated, intriguing story, variety in the narration, and many secondary stories (interesting in themselves), connecting to a harmonious overall picture. It has humanity and longing for warmth and love. 
The writer sets her stories in the real world, where the smells, tastes and feelings are known and accessible to the reader. These make the book enjoyable, thrilling, and allow the reader to connect with the characters. 

The book is sold on Amazon and is available here.
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