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Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
Subculture by Charles Anthony Vilina is a story about Marsha, a quiet girl of Asian descent, who doesn’t fit in with her rural Kentucky peers, and an ambitious prosecuting attorney who sees being able to prosecute whoever murdered two of the local high school’s basketball stars as icing on the cake of his political ambitions. While Marsha quietly tends to the needs of her grandmother and her farm animals, her only desire is to find peace in her own troubled life. Her quiet compassion for those around her draws in a few uncompromising friends and the compassion of a special investigator from Lexington, but what does anyone really know about this young woman who seems to be hiding something behind her veil of silence? Should they place so much trust in someone nobody really knows?
If you are a lover of suspense, Subculture by Charles Anthony Vilina will tickle your fancy throughout the wild ride of this murder mystery. He has expertly woven the edginess of a well-crafted murder mystery with a commentary on the injustice of the judgment that often accompanies religious fanaticism. I was on the edge of my seat, anxious to discover what new nugget of information was just around the next corner as I devoured this book. I was intrigued by the questions that were raised with regard to how mercy and justice are often misused by those who ought to understand and practice them best. Packed with suspense, plenty of surprises, and some heartwarming moments, you will not put this book down once you start reading. This book is extremely well-crafted and a pleasure to read.