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Easy Read-Entertaining, Full of Mystery!
on June 28, 2011
It has been a while since I've read one of Erica Spindler's books, and I have to say, I don't plan on waiting as long this time around. She told a great story-with suspense, murder, sex and drugs (prescription, but still...).
Mira Gallier has been mourning the death of her husband for several years-burying herself in her work. The only people in her life are her therapist, her assistant and her assistant's boyfriend. When a priest ends up brutally murdered in the church, Mira discovers that she is connected to the priest-she restored the stain glassed windows in the church.
From that point on, strange things start happening to Mira. Someone breaks into her gallery and attacks her. Others around her die. Her therapist starts acting strangely. Someone thinks that her husband may actually be alive. A man from her past reappears after being gone for several years. The police suspect that Mira may be responsible for the attack and the murders, but is she?
This book was well written, with just enough suspense to keep you turning the pages. Spindler's descripions paint a picture for the reader that is clear and realistic. This book is a definitely a page turner-while not a literary classic, it is a book I'll bring on vacation so that my friends and family can also read it!