Review

Falsely Accused by Shirlee McCoy


Falsely Accused by Shirlee McCoy
Rating:five-stars
Falsely Accused by Shirlee McCoy
Series: FBI: Special Crimes Unit #5
Genres: Christian Suspense
Archetype: [archetype]

Proving her innocence

means running for her life.

Framed for her foster brother’s murder, FBI special agent Wren Santino must clear her name—but someone’s dead set on stopping her from finding the truth. Her estranged childhood friend, Titus Anderson, comes to her aid…but standing by her puts him in the killer’s crosshairs, too. And unraveling a conspiracy may be the only way for either of them to survive.

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My Review

It has been a little while since I read a straight up mystery (as opposed to a cozy mystery) and let me tell you the opening scene in this book was phenomenal! This is first book of this series that I have read and by this author. I am so thrilled that I did though. There were so many twists and turns throughout this book. As a die hard Agatha Christie fan I compare every mystery to her and let me tell you that Shirlee McCoy holds her own. She has just become one of my must read authors.

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11 Comments

  1. This sounds like a good book indeed!
    Sounds like it could happen to anyone especially these days!
    I’m going to have to check this out, thank you for sharing the review!

  2. I’m a huge fan of mystery books and this one looks great! I will definitely have to find more about this series.

  3. This sounds like a great book and one that will keep me interested. Love the new flowers on the website but it is way harder to get around all of the sudden.

  4. I love this type of mystery where the characters are so delineated and strong. It’s it fun to try to guess before the end of the book?

  5. That’s a really positive review that makes me want to read this. I also love Christie so if you, as a Christie fan, love McCoy, I’m all for her.

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