I got this book with store credit, because it looked like a stand-alone story and was an audiobook. Not a lot of thought went into it actually. Turns out I made a very good choice.
It's a mystery book, beginning with an abduction of an 18-year old boy on his way home from a date. It's set in small-town utah, and involves quite a few suspicious characters and plot threads, and no, I did not have it figured out, which isn't usual for me, but it surprised my wife too, which takes a lot in a mystery book.
It's LDS fiction, but it's not an LDS book. Anyone can read it and not feel preached to, and it paints a good snapshot of life in rural utah. It moves quickly and has satisfactory attention to detail. A great light read/listen. As far as how it rates compared to other mystery books, I'd say above average.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Evidence, by Clair M. Poulson
Posted by Mike's Woodwork By Design at 12:03 PM
Labels: Audiobook, Book Review, Clair Poulson, Mystery
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I am acctually in the middle of this book and next to I'll Find You by Clair M. Poulson this would be my next favorite book. I love the suspense and turns in the story. Clair is an excellent author!! I love his books.
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