Murder Among Friends by Linda J. Burson – Review by Karyn Taylor

Murder Among FriendsMurder Among Friends by Linda Burson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Murder Among Friends by Linda Burson is a murder, mystery that will keep you gripped from beginning to end. This is not the first book that I have read by this author but it’s definitely my favourite of hers so far.
When Camille (Cammy) Thurston takes a break from working at a PI firm to get spend some much needed rest and relaxation time, living with her police officer brother and his family for a couple of months, little did she know that she would get dragged into a case that he and his partner are working on and that she’d be closely involved with the family of the missing woman.
As is the norm, all eyes fall to the missing woman’s husband Grant, a local attorney but Cammy is convinced that Grant is innocent and gets close to him to gain as much info as possible on him and his neighbours who were friends of his missing wife.
I kinda struggled with the writing style while reading this book but I loved the story and was gripped throughout, desperate to know what happened to missing woman Paula, who was involved, and why?
I have to say that just as you think you know which way the story is going, Burson throws you and takes the story in a different direction that you just did not see coming. Believe me you will never imagine how this story pans out. Read it and find out. It’s worth the read.

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