I received a complementary Kindle version of this book from the Booksneeze program in exchange for an honest review.
(Book description from the Booksneeze website)
I loved Lis Wiehl's earlier Triple Threat series. But I love this book even more. Wiehl does a great job of capturing all sides of the central character. We see her struggle to raise her children by herself and make mistakes along the way. We see her fail and cower and weep. But we also see her pick herself up again both at home and in her new job. She's such a real person, you just want to run over to her house and give her a big hug and tell her everything will be OK.
A Matter of Trust has a little bit of everything - parenting, intrigue, a budding romance, and most of all, a murder mystery. Let's not forget that the main point of the book is to solve a murder, and Wiehl does it in style. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time, wanting to keep reading to figure it all out. There are so many possible culprits that you will keep guessing until the very end.
There is really nothing bad I can say about this book, except for the fact that there isn't a sequel...yet.
I give A Matter of Trust 5 out of 5 stars.
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