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Murder and the Glass House (Glass House Murder Series) (Volume 1)

by T. C. Williams

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Everyone has skeletons in their closet.
But what happens when yours comes out to play? How far are you willing to go to keep your secrets from ever coming out in the open? Are you willing to commit murder to keep your buried? Are your skeletons enough motive for someone else to try and kill you?
I found myself pondering these and other equally engaging questions after finishing "Murder and the Glass House." But the one question I will be pondering the most is did they catch the right murderer, or was the suspect being played by an unseen, opportunistic puppet master? The end of this novel leaves me with more questions than answers, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an intriguing murder thriller.
I hope T.C. Williams comes out with another murder thriller from Florence, Oregon, allowing the coffee club the opportunity to find true motives and real mastermind that has been destroying the lives of their best friends, for I do not believe the entire story has been uncovered. ( )
  cassie.stokes | Jul 24, 2015 |
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