Monday, June 16, 2008
Fatal Deduction by Gayle Roper
I'm giving away a copy, so leave a comment!
The first book I ever read by Gayle Roper was Caught in the Middle. I was excited to read such a well-written, page-turning romantic suspense and I knew I'd found an excellent Christian writer.
In Fatal Deduction, Gayle writes another great romantic suspense. The heroine, Libby, has to share a house with her twin sister, Tori. Not a happy prospect, since the two of them don't get along and never have. They only have to live together for six months in order to claim their rich aunt's inheritance, but a dead body turns up on the front doorstep her very first night there. What's worse, the murder seems to have something to do with Libby's twin. But Tori's not talking. Libby has to figure out what to do to protect herself, her sister, and her thirteen-yr-old daughter before the killer strikes even closer to home.
Throw in a love interest, a single dad who is her close neighbor, and you've got a winner. Love Gayle Roper. I highly recommend this and all her books, especially if romantic suspense is your thing. Let your comment and you might win a copy.