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Everybody Loved Roger Harden

REVIEW Ê THARROWEBDESIGN.CO.UK Õ Cecil Murphey

Ten possible suspects share closed uarters on the secluded island all of them with deep secrets and sufficient motive to have wanted the wealthy benefactor dead C Reads like a first effort

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An Julie and Burton ignore the mysterious attraction developing between them long enough to discover who among them didn't love Roger Harden enough to let him liv This was such a refreshing break from reading several intense First Reads It is a Christian murder mystery part of the EVERYONE'S A SUSPECT IN GEORGIA series As the characters point out it is like Agatha Christie's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Ten people are invited to an island off the Georgia coast by Roger a rich man everyone claims to love Once there they are trapped by a storm and loss of telephone service and Roger is killed Seems everyone there has a guilty secret Roger used to manipulate and control them Who killed Roger and the other victim Introduces characters of Julie and Burton who are in the next two books

REVIEW Ê THARROWEBDESIGN.CO.UK Õ Cecil Murphey

Psychologist Julie West and Reverend James Burton arrive late for dinner on Palm Island but just in time to discover their host millionaire Roger Harden murdered A surprisingly good mystery I haven't read a straight out Christian whodunnit before but since I'm a believer in God anyway this didn't pose any issues Even if not a Christian mystery fans should like this book It was set on an isolated island bringing back memories of Ten Little Indians which is even uoted by a character for its similarities All were summoned for a mysterious announcement and of course came across murder The blackmail stories unraveling were interesting as were false leads and the final reveal It's not usual for a final revelation in a mystery to be depressing and heartwarming at the same time but this book pulled that off Characters worked well enough especially Simon I wasn't gung ho over the female lead Julie half the time but didn't detest her The book was split in the middle from two points of view the minister and Julie who was a therapist In between those two were the wealthy and rich who rose to fame through corruption and family members who felt slighted by the victim's treatmentThe writing was a little simple at times; it took me a minute to warm up to it but once the story took off it flowed by It's a uick read which is hard to put down because these kinds of mysteries fascinate me seclusion being in a house with a group and knowing one is a killer but not knowing who it is finding out the past crimes and sins of all the occupants and figuring out which with the motive took that final step I wasn't able to guess the murderer clearly although who did it didn't turn out to matter much in the end anyway It's one of those stories where the revealing is what's exciting not who the culprit isNot perfect but better than I figured it stimulated the little grey cells in the brain for most of the book and then turned to tug on the old heart strings at the end

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • Everybody Loved Roger Harden
  • Cecil Murphey
  • English
  • 11 December 2018
  • 9781597894784

About the Author: Cecil Murphey

Cecil Murphey has written or coauthored than one hundred books including the autobiography of Franklin Graham Rebel with a Cause A collaborator on the bestseller Gifted Hands with Dr Ben Carson Cecil resides in Georgia