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Reviewed by Alma Boucher for Readers' Favorite
In Tell Anyone You Want That I Was Here by Gordon MacKinney, Nikki went back to her hometown, Willingsville. Nikki’s father passed away and she inherited the local newspaper. He wanted Nikki to put the car accident of ten years ago behind her. Nikki was the driver of one of the vehicles involved in a crash. Simone DeWitt was killed and Nikki’s best friend, Carolyn, was left with brain damage. Sheriff Joe Ransom and Nikki’s father were the only people who believed in her innocence. A drug ring is responsible for narcotic addiction and overdoses and the sheriff asks Nikki to help him investigate the drug crime. As the investigation progresses, Nikki is confronted with facts that the drug rings want to cover up. It is important for Nikki that she can trust the right people.
I was captivated and intrigued by Tell Anyone You Want That I Was Here by Gordon MacKinney. It was fast-paced and full of action. It never felt rushed, and each chapter was a build-up to the next one. The plot of the book flows well and is cleverly executed. The story is filled with unexpected twists and turns. The suspense had me on the edge of my seat and reading was a nail-biting experience. The book was hard to put down, and I just kept turning pages. The characters' development is exceptional and very detailed. They were interesting and authentic so I could relate to them. It is hard to choose a favorite character because I liked them all. The story ends on a high that I did not expect.