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The Warmest Winter: A James Gordon Mystery

by Greatest Poet Alive

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The story begins with a gruesome murder of Miles Livingtson's second wife and his two little girls. The main character, James Gordon, is called to the scene of the crime as Miles' attorney. As James tires to get to bottom of the grisly murder, he uncovers a secret that his best friend, Miles, was hiding. Unfortunately, Miles' secret correlates very closely to what James is going through in his own personal life. As James tracks down the murderer, what he learns makes him doubt his own choices in life.

I really enjoyed this story. It's written in first person, which makes it easy to identify with the main character. It's fast paced, and I couldn't wait to read to the final reveal. Like all good thriller's there are twists and turns and I didn't figure out the villain until I was supposed to. Which for me, is pretty good, as I usually figure out the plot acres way before most readers.

My one complaint is the terrible formatting. Dialogues are tun together, paragraphs where there shouldn't be and none where there should be. Normally I'd lower my rating by 1 star with issues like this, but I was drawn into the story so much, I'm going to make an exception. I highly recommend this book and give it 5 feathers. ( )
  saharafoley | May 15, 2015 |
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