Item description for Evidence of Murder (Murder Mystery Series #1) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #137) by Jill Nelson...
Overview The photographs Samantha Reid uncovers in her new store are shocking. Horrifying. And dangerous. This new evidence could reopen a decade-old multiple homicide case that someone wants desperately to keep closed. And when the evidence comes out, a reluctant Samantha is drawn straight into the spotlight. All the attention is wrecking her business-and drawing the killer's eye straight to her. Then she meets Ryan Davidson, the last surviving member of the murdered family. In spite of herself, she's drawn in by his need to find the truth. Together, they work to unravel the mystery, while the killer works to keep the secrets buried-forever.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.5" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.9"
Release Date Feb 28, 2009
Publisher Steeple Hill
Series Love Inspired Suspense
ISBN 0373443277 ISBN13 9780373443277
Availability 0 units.
More About Jill Nelson
Jill Elizabeth Nelson takes art seriously when she s not having fun with it, that is. The To Catch a Thief series combines her love of the written word with her love of other art forms. She s thrilled if the adventures that spill from her imagination can raise awareness about art theft a problem the FBI deems a looming criminal enterprise. Jill and her husband, Doug, have four children and live in Minnesota."
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Reviews - What do customers think about Evidence of Murder (Murder Mystery Series #1) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #137)?
Evidence of Murder Jun 29, 2009
I'm quite familiar with Ms. Nelson's books. I became a fan with her first series. Unfortunately I didn't find this book to be as good as her other books. The hero lacks something for me. It's an okay read, but she's definitely done better.
A picture's worth a thousand words Apr 28, 2009
Decades-old photos of a multiple homicide are found in Samantha Reid's newly refurbished dry cleaning store. Horrified, she takes them to the police and later discovers that the last surviving memeber of the family, houseboat entrepreneur Ryan Davidson, wants to know who killed his family and why. The mystery plot is top-notch and the romance moves along slowly, since Ryan's given up on God but Samantha hasn't. The concept of "why bad things happen to good people" comes up again--as it does in many Christian books--and is handled well.
Inspirational Romance Mar 17, 2009
Samantha Reid has bought an old dry-cleaning establishment with plans to refurbish the building, update the equipment and open for business. But she and her friends find more than she bought with hard earned dollars. There's the inevitable junk left over from the former owner's packrat days, and a roll of undeveloped film. Vacation pictures? Nope. Photos from a decade-old murder involving an entire family, with the only survivor, Ryan Davidson, poking around, attempting to solve the crime against his family. Two quirky animals, interference from someone who wants to keep the case closed, and too much attention for Samantha twist into a plot for more murder--and romance.
You'll enjoy this story, and don't expect to put it down in the middle. It's a great read, all the way to the end.
Reviewed by Audrey Hebbert, M.A., author of Green Light Red Light
Original Intent Mar 5, 2009
All Samantha Reid wants to do is turn her recently purchased building into a cleaners. While clearing out debris left by the previous owner she and a friend stumble upon evidence that is the link to an unsolved murder.
The lone survivor of the murdered victim's family, Ryan Davidson shows up to see if he can put together the pieces of the unsolved puzzle. Ryan and Sam must work together to not only solve the mystery, but also to survive. Unfortunately they will find all too soon that solving of this crime is not beneficial to all; and that is where the intrigue begins.
Ms. Nelson has woven a story that will cause the reader to put on their sleuth hat in order to help the protagonists solve the crime. The multi-layered plot of Evidence of Murder is one that will definitely keep you from skipping pages.
Reviewed by -- Dr. Linda Beed On Assignment Reviews
Evidence of Murder... Feb 11, 2009
Samatha (Sam) Reid has just bought a building she intends to turn into a cleaners. But first she needs to clean out all the stuff that's in the building. As she reaches for a box that's on the top shelf she slips and falls spilling the contents onto the floor. A friend that is with her discovers some undeveloped film. The friend offers to develope it with the thought that it's just some poor soles old vacations photos that will be lost to them forever. Later, Sam gets a call from her friend that the pictures are far from old vacation photos they are photos of a decade old murder scene. They decide the best thing to do was to turn them into the police.
Ryan Davidson is the last surviving member of the murdered family and bent on finding the truth. He decides to return to the old neighborhood to see if he can jog his memory about that fateful night. He gets caught sneaking around Samatha's building and that's how they meet. Sam and Ryan work together to find out who was behind his family's murder. Throw in a quirky cat and hound dog who really like each other and you have the makings of a great story.
I enjoyed Evidence of Murder and found that Jill kept me turning the pages to see what would happen next and ultimately who was responsible.