Framed (Black Swann Investigations Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It had been almost ten years since she was incarcerated and after many failed attempts at being released, she had lost hope. Her disinterest in the new trial except to escape the hell hole, at least during the proceedings, was worth being out of harm’s way for a day. She knew better than to get her hopes up and what more there was nothing to go back to unless she could get her former job back.
Would she be exonerated this time and be able to walk back into her old life or would she carry the stigma of a murderer? If so, how could she clear her own name without being a detective again?
Dive in to find the answer to these questions and more as Reggie Swann’s life turns down dark paths that’ll make you question, who the villain is in this scenic Canadian province. A must read psychological thriller. Framed (Black Swann Investigations Book 1)
Black Swann Investigations #1
Reviewed by Roy Murry, Author
Reggie is the Black Swann. How she got that name is an interesting fact, as is that she spent prison time for a murder that Reggie says she did not do. All criminals say that, but was she FRAMED?
A hearing finds, on some technicalities, that there is enough doubt that Reggie did commit the murder. She is sent back out into the world. Returning home, the Black Swann, an ex-detective, is asked to investigate a murder/disappearance by the people who helped set her free.
Using her abilities and the help of new friends, Reggie goes about trying to help a man she feels killed his wife. Although there is no corpse but evidence that a crime has been committed, she has a feeling. Has he been FRAMED also?
Little bits of evidence lead her in a direction that is highly unlikely by all concerned. However, when the information is put together by another, a shocking result almost cost Reggie her life.
This novel has strong supporting characters and is an excellent first book in a series for the Detective genre. Black Swann Investigations will go on and solve more crimes with style and creative themes.
To most people, she’s still the murderer the media claimed her to be, “Black Swann”. To the police department she once worked for, she’s still a suspect. Her husband has remarried and worst of all, the real murderer is still out there.
Determined to go back and solve the crime that put her behind bars, she’s reluctant to take on another murder investigation first. But when the two cases might somehow be connected, Reggie realizes the real murderer is still out to get her.
Suspenseful from the start, Framed kept me on the edge of my seat while I practically devoured the book. Gripping story and intriguing characters. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
This story had me hooked from the very first page . I got sucked in and couldn't put it down. i read well into the night and just had to finish and see who was the killer . I loved the fact that the story is based in Canada and the author uses different cities all across Canada as back ground for the serial killer . Most of the story is focused in British Columbia actually Penticton . The author takes us on a roller coaster ride full of twists and turns . You really try to figure it out and you kind of will about 3/4 of the way through and then you go ah ha .Then the action increases and you are on the edge of your seat the rest of the way through the book
The characters are very entertaining and well written . i loved the main character Reggie , she is strong and sweet at the same time . You see her fumble through the first weeks of her being free . She is so use to prison life that she still does some of the things that she did while in prison . We also see her bring out her detective skills and just become the pit bull the defendant needed . Hannah is her friend and she is the girl next door and also a cop . She is not taken seriously at the precinct so when she starts helping Reggie she feels like she can do anything especially help out finding out who the killer is and become a hero and the new face of the police department . Cronus is evil i am just going to leave it at that . You will understand why i can't go into more cause i am not going to spoil it for you .
This book is a great book for those who love a mystery and want to figure it out . There is intrigue and a little love mixed in . The author doesn't pull any punches and the twists and turns will keep you guessing . i really loved this book and can't wait to read more of Reggie's stories . So check it out and add this book to your 2018 reading list
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