Your Turn

Fiction - Crime
161 Pages
Reviewed on 07/23/2023
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Author Biography

Lavelle Andrew Miller Sr. is a Veteran of the United States Army where he served as a Military Police Officer.

During his time in the Service, he met his wife Erin and they have four children together.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite

Seven House, a police officer, is falsely accused of killing a fellow officer and is sent to prison. His life is always in danger from inmates he helped put in jail and officers who see him as a traitor. But after ten years in prison, House is suddenly granted clemency by the governor. He senses that something is not right. His name has not been cleared, but he can seek justice. With the help of his former army friend Trek Swift, House gathers evidence and tracks down the crooked officers who framed him. The more he investigates, the more he realizes that this is bigger than he imagined. Get a copy of Your Turn by Lavelle Andrew Miller to enjoy this crime thriller.

Reading Your Turn was an entertaining ride. I could not put the book down because I did not want to miss a thing. Lavelle Andrew Miller kept me on the edge of my seat with intense scenes and intriguing characters. House is an admirable man determined to bring down the bad guys who put him behind bars. The author added exciting details like the differences between House's and Swift's investigation methods. House uses old-school methods because he was in prison for ten years, while Swift uses the latest technology and gadgets. Swift is secretive and suspicious, but his loyalty and resourcefulness made me like him. Swift's Team Shadow is the most intriguing part of this book, and I cannot wait to read more about them in the next installment. From the shocking ending, it is safe to say House's search for answers is not over. I highly recommend Your Turn to anyone who loves crime mystery novels because this is a great book to add to your collection.