Rating 5 out of 5
Falsely accused of the unthinkable by Glenis Kellet is an fictional novel with a interesting mix of murder mystery with a touch of romance. It is earnest and passionate but quite straightforwardly written .
One circle represents suspense, the other romance, and the overlap contains the intriguing world of romantic suspense, in which two seemingly disparate elements, danger and desire, are successfully merged into one irresistible story. I actually forgot that I was reviewing and just read for pure pleasure.
The best way to make sure that the reader cares is by creating strong characters that are real to the reader. All the characters felt so real, that I had my eyes on whats happening to them and about the suspenseful situations they encounter. Characters’ behaviour seemed reasonably plausible.
Suspense is a critical aspect of writing crime fiction. All the elements outlined in the novel helped to increase suspense over the course and making it more and more interesting to read .
Unlike great mystery, this book invites the readers to try to solve the crime, and a great opening is critical to piquing our interest.
The ending is slightly unexpected but perfectly reasoned and inevitable, going a long way to restore the reader’s faith in human nature and family ties. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it. LoveReading