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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
Who could live with the pain of losing their only daughter to a mysterious murderer? Who would be at peace with the fact that the person responsible for their daughter’s demise was never apprehended? Certainly not Margaret Elizabeth’s parents. A decade had passed since Margaret Elizabeth’s murder and yet all her parents had for answers were vague assumptions and dismissed speculations. In a bid to wrap their heads around their daughter’s death, Margaret Elizabeth’s parents hire detective Verity Spencer to investigate. Just as Verity delves into the case, somebody breaks into her house and steals a vital document. Was somebody covering up their tracks and who was the real murderer of Margaret Elizabeth? Will Verity get to the bottom of it all? Get yourself Trudey Martin’s Unring the Bell (A Verity Spencer crime thriller) to learn more.
Trudey Martin had me hooked, flipping through page after page of her engrossing book with her unique and great style of writing. Using short and twisted sentences which she accompanies with a distinctive vocabulary, she forges an enthralling plot. Her choice of words gives the book a professional touch. She switches between the present and the past throughout, yet at the same time maintains a subtle tone in her narration. Martin’s depiction of the scenes and characters was impressively vivid. The characters were well developed, and each of their traits was boldly brought out. There is suspense, tension, thrills, adventure, action, resentment, betrayal, secrets, agony, and so much more in Unring the Bell. If you are looking for a crime thriller novel laced with a conspiracy tale, you will love this work.