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Monday, May 1, 2017

Local Poet

I can't imagine anything worse, than being involved in an accident in which someone's life was taken and you are the one who did it. How do you live with that? Even though you had no choice when that person simply stepped out in front of your vehicle in an attempt to end the life they once had. Now what if the police think you were somehow responsible? What would you do to prove your innocence?

These are the questions running through the mind of Robert Seaton, a man who was simply on his way home from work one rainy evening when Laney Grey simply stepped out in front of his van and died from her injuries. There was nothing that Robert could do to avoid the outcome that was to follow. Now the local police are questioning his motives that night. Where was he coming from? Did he know Laney Grey before tonight? What about his involvement in a possible drug ring? Did he intentionally murder Laney to keep her secrets from being spilled?

Robert Seaton attempts to launch his own investigation to figure out who Laney Grey was and the only clues he has to help solve this mystery is through the various poems she wrote. Are they simply just poems or is there something more behind the words that she wrote about her life growing up and the very reason she stepped in front of his van that night. All Robert knows is he has to do whatever it takes to clear his name as the local papers and media are now labeling him as a murderer.

I received Local Poet by Paul Trembling compliments of Lion Hudson Publishers and Kregel Publications. In accordance with the new FTC Guidelines for blogging and endorsements, you should assume that every book reviewed here at Reviews From The Heart was provided to the reviewer by the publisher, media group or the author for free and were received, unless specified otherwise.  This is a short, but concise murder mystery that conveys clues through three books that Laney Grey published along with a mystery poem that was posted to a local librarian the day she took her life. Was Laney leaving clues all along and was communicating to those who really knew her through her poems? You'll have to pick this one up and find out. There is a sneak peek at a sequel coming to this one, but if you love murder mysteries, then this is the book and series for you. I rate this one a 4 out of 5 stars.

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