Posted by: kbumgardaner | April 13, 2011

Judgement Day

by Wanda L. Dyson

I brought Judgement Day with me on a couple of flights and couldn’t put it down. This book filled with unexpected twists and turns kept my attention the whole time.

The main character, Suzanne Kidwell, is a self-centered TV reporter who is willing to stretch the truth if it meant good ratings. When her employers begin to question her credibility and a dead body mysteriously appears in her living room, Suzanne must call on the best detectives in the business. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have a great reputation with Marcus, her ex-fiance, whom she betrayed in college.

In order to prove her innocence, Suzanne is forced to show her questionable ethics to Marcus and his partner Alexandria. Unfortunately, someone wants Suzanne dead and they have to try to keep her alive long enough to prove her innocence.

I was given a free copy of this book for purpose of review. I was, however, not asked or forced to give a positive review.

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