EMPTY SHELL by Ashley Fontainne, a Review by Joan Adamak

A mystery encompassing the flow of human tides in life

The author has done it again and come forth with another brilliant “who done it?” mystery.  Take Jack and Melody Dickinson married for twenty years, throw in two pairs of pink underpants owned by Serena Rowland discovered by Melody causing her to become aware of her husband’s infidelity with Serena, and then add various characters from Melody’s best friends, to her employer, Roger, and police investigators, a double to look like Jack, and hidden motives, and you will be buried reading a page-turner.  The author is expert at describing her characters so that the reader absolutely is involved with them and she is also expert at throwing in cliff hangers off and on throughout the story.

I was totally immersed in this tale and recommend it to all readers who enjoy this genre.  Although there are many dark actions, there is also a tremendous offering of religious thoughts, which demonstrate how human suffering can be alleviated and understood when using this particular philosophy.

This book was given to me as a complimentary copy for an honest review.

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