Author: Marilyn Meredith
Title: Judgment Fire
Publisher: Mundania Press
Reviewer: W. H. McDonald, Jr. – AAA Founder
Another Mystery Classic
Author Marilyn Meredith’s newest mystery in the Temple Crabtree series “Judgment Fire” is her best in the series and shows some of her “spiritual side.” This story has all the elements needed for a great tale. It begins right away by presenting the reader with a fire and a victim and a mystery.
Meredith’s writing style works very much like a fisherman’s net in that she will gather all of the reader’s attention so you cannot put the book down even for sleep or meals. The plot is not your ordinary crime story and it will take you on a journey where you will be both entertained by the characters and totally absorbed by the plot itself.
This is a FIVE STAR BOOK and should be on your list for future books to read. It receives the Founder's Personal Recommendation and Endorsement. A MUST READ!
Reviewer: Joe Fabel – AAA Vice President
The author’s main character, Tempe Crabtree, is a Sheriff Deputy in a small town in Southern California, a town like many others in the Golden State. The reader will discover small town inquisitiveness (bordering at times on nosiness) as well as the sought after beauty and spirit uplifting of lake and high country living.
Murder visits the apparently protected lives of the community. A brusque directive from her sergeant involves Tempe into the search for the criminal at large. However, Tempe must also deal with mysterious personal threats “to stop looking into the murder or ELSE.”
Suspicion is rampant among the neighbors and hints of who is guilty abound. Distractions of other small crimes, domestic conflicts and auto accidents demand Tempe’s attention just as she is getting close to solving the crime. Her boss doesn’t provide support; rather he questions her methods and acceptance of his directives.
With all of the possible suspects she questions, Tempe maintains a quiet calm and professional approach. Who did it? Pick up the book and begin reading.
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Winner of the 2007 Golden Quill Award - Mystery Genre
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