Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Diary in the Attic by Cindy L Freeman (Book Review)

Diary in the Attic by Cindy L Freeman is about the death of Corrine Melton. She wasn't very well known by her co-workers but they soon find out some interesting things about her past soon after her passing.

The co-workers work to untangle the mystery surrounding Corrine's death as well as the death of her mother. Detectives believe Corrine murdered her mother but the co-workers don't believe it. While Corrine was not the nicest of co-workers they couldn't imagine she could be involved in the death of her mother.

Before Corrine's passing, she calls for Margaret, one of her co-workers, on her deathbed. Margaret believes Corrine thinks that she is her mother and is confused. It's only after Corrine's death that Margaret realizes Corrine did not think she was her mother after all.

Margaret works with a handsome detective to clear Corrine's name and to figure out what really happened to Corrine's mother.

What Did I Think of the Book?
There were points in the book that had me hooked and wanting more but then there were parts that I was just bored stiff. This book is your typical romance/mystery. The book isn't very long, only 99 pages but it gets it's point across.

Would I Recommend it to My Readers?
I would recommend this book to any readers who love stories of love and mystery. To purchase the book visit Dorrance Publishing's online store.

I give this book two out of five stars!!!

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of Diary in the Attic by Cindy L Freeman as a member of the Dorrance Publishing Book Review Team. Visit dorrancebookstore.com to learn how you can become a member of the Book Review Team.



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