Amelia’s Children by Greta Cribbs – Review by Jana Teppih
Amelia’s Children by Greta Cribbs
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Amelia’s Children is Greta Cribbs’ debut novel and after reading it I am convinced, she will have a bright future! It was a fantastic paranormal mystery worth all of the five stars!
Amelia’s Children is about a 30-year-old murder where the killer was never caught. It starts with a stranger appearing in a southern small town and asking uncomfortable questions. Who is he? What is his connection to the murder? Why did he come? He is David Jenson and he has ‘dreams’ and he is taking us along on a journey that he has set out on with Sarah Hathaway. Sarah is a young woman, she has just returned from L.A. after abandoning her dreams of becoming an actress.
Sarah feels an instant connection to David and throughout the story we keep asking ourselves, will there be more between them as David also feels a connection to Sarah once he starts opening up. I also loved the relationship Sarah had with his brother William and I cried my eyes out when William suffered the incredible and heart breaking loss …
Greta has weaved a great story filled with mystery, adventure and danger. It keeps you on your toes so you cannot put the book down so you better wait until Friday night before you start reading it, otherwise you will be in T-R-O-U-B-L-E! Your boss will not be happy with your level of attention and energy the next day!
The writer has an amazing writing style and takes you at time to a direction you could not see coming! Grab a copy and find out for yourself if David and Sarah do solve the 30-year-old mystery