- File Size: 2707 KB
- Print Length: 157 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077Y5L88W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #491,414 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Frank and Constance have been married for about a decade and with that kind of time under their belt, you’re bound to have some routines that become a part of the everyday married life. This couple wasn’t any different. Frank and Connie knew each other so well they could finish each other’s sentences. She knew if Frank wasn’t home by a certain time that he was likely walking on the beach or taking their neighbor’s dog for a walk. Frank’s job was never of interest to Connie. She just knew he held a position in sales and she was good with that. As long as the check kept coming, there weren’t any issues. Frank knew his wife to be “constantly” a nag. In fact, he nicknamed her Constant-ly instead of her actual name of Constance. He couldn’t hit the door without Constant-ly having to tell him something that she didn’t agree with pertaining to him. Why was he boring? Why did he love baseball, and why, why, why?
So, on one of their regimented married days, Frank didn’t come home. This was something new and totally unexpected. Connie receives a knock on the door only to find that the person on the other side wasn’t her husband, but some stranger. Eric Dunn, a news columnist, advised Connie that her husband was a witness to a murder and that he has gone missing. Of course, Connie thought this guy was out of his mind, that is until Detective Fidgery showed up to advise her of the same thing. Funny how law enforcement can give you a whole new outlook on a situation. And that, folks, is where the story takes the reader on a whirlwind of plots and twists.
I absolutely loved this story. It was quirky and funny and continued to engage the reader to make those inquisitive minds want to know more. It also goes to show that just when you thought you knew your partner, it may turn out you really don’t. What you found so boring about your partner can turn out to be a blessing in disguise. This was a strange story, but one that works with these characters. I really enjoyed reading this. If you have a couple hours to spare, why not spend it with The Merriweathers. You will not be disappointed.
2) Any course language present : Sprinkles it throughout tho reasonably lite (only one use of the f-word I noted)
3) Type of book : Mystery/suspense surrounding the murder of a man connected to the Mob after being placed in a witness protection program
4) Formatting/Editing : Well-written
5) Best/Worst aspect of book : Quick read with engaging characters
6) Favorite Passage : "When she was nagging and complaining, Frank thought of her as Constantly rather than Constance." (Made me laugh and rapidly involved me into the story)
7) Bottom-line : Another good book and looking forward to reading more from this author in the future!
detective novel. I enjoyed it. A husband and wife have drifted
apart and she had never fully appreciated him. He witnesses a
murder and is on the run to stay alive, but handles the situation
and the wife realizes there is more to him under his quiet exterior
than she suspected. So, a thriller and a love story combined, more