What readers are saying aboutWho She Was:
"YES!! I don't usually do reviews but this book is exceptionally good. Well written, realistic and contains good values!"
"Really enjoyed the book. Different concept on the case. I didn't figure it out till the end which is unusual. Good read. Will check on all your books. Thanks!"
"Love it, good storyline well written couldn't bare to put it down till finished."
"Loved the plot. Lots of twists and turns . Race was definitely dealt with in a very positive manner. Great book!"
"I enjoyed the beginning of the series! It has nonstop clues to discovering who the killer really is. I loved the main character's. I enjoyed the persistence of the main character in solving the crime. I will be following this author for more of course! The book has no down time and won't disappoint!"
A grieving husband walks into Sylvia Wilcox's private detective agency on Christmas Eve, and asks her to solve his wife's murder. The husband, Carson Stark, can't understand why his wife, Liza, was in one of Detroit's worst neighborhoods, or why anyone would want to kill her. The police suspect infidelity, but a review of the case files and information leading up to Liza's murder, fails to produce any evidence of disloyalty on Liza's part. As Sylvia works diligently to follow up on any and all leads, she is continuously met with roadblocks thrown up by secrets and lies from Liza's mysterious past.
Who She Was
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story is interesting and the characters are well developed. Really good read.
The main character was likeable and realistic. The pace and timeline of the book was not far fetched, and the suspense was just enough that you can’t put it down. I enjoyed this book and would read other in the series.