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Reviewed by Molly Edwards for Readers' Favorite
I love murder mysteries. Totally love them. So, when I look for a good murder mystery, it has got to have all the elements: complex characters, roller coaster twists and heart stopping turns and who-dun-its that will surprise the heck out of you. Sitting down to read J.T. Lewis' "Murder Too Close to Home" really brought all that and then more. From start to finish, I was engrossed in a murder mystery that came to life, making the story more like a movie.
In a small town in Indiana, the worst possible thing that any resident would have to go through is happening. Murder. People are unexpectedly turning up dead. As Gabriel Celtic and his task force team members follow all the clues, they come across the most unexpected puzzle piece...the murderer, the one calling the shots, is most definitely NOT who they expected! As Gabriel and the task force race to find out how to stop the killings and the whys behind, he realizes that so much more is at stake than simply finding a killer. It is quickly becoming personal and only one thing will stop the killer. Can Gabriel take the leap? Will he give the biggest sacrifice he has ever had to give, or will the killer win again?
If you love fast-paced, amazingly written murder mysteries, then look no further than this 5 star worthy crime suspense. You will be swept away into a whirlwind of action and crime, following Celtic and the team as they hunt down the killer of innocent people in a small Indiana town.