An Unwilling Suspect
by Jo A Hiestand
McLaren’s fiancée tragically died one month ago. Trying to heal emotionally from her death, McLaren settles into a rented farmhouse in the woods near picturesque Lake Windermere, in Cumbria. But he’s barely had a chance to rest when Helen, the woman in the neighboring cottage, is killed…and is discovered near his front door.
Because McLaren had spent much of the previous day with her, and his snowy footprints lead to and from her house, he becomes the prime murder suspect in what the police label a frustrated romantic advance.
Motives for Helen’s murder are as chilling as the outdoor temperature. There’s the hands-on garage mechanic who’d like to put his hands all over her, the affluent fishing guide, and Helen’s former boyfriend who wanted to renew the relationship.
Can McLaren find the killer before the police jail him for murder?
Review: 4 stars
But so far no much rest has come his way, he meets his neighbor Helen who lives in cottage near where he is staying. But the troubles just started as she is found murdered not too far from his place, and he becomes the prime suspect as they find his snowy footprints that lead from her hour.
There’s the hands-on garage mechanic who’d like to put his hands all over her, the affluent fishing guide, and Helen’s former boyfriend who wanted to renew the relationship. McLaren now need to find the guilty party before the local police jail him for her murder, will he be able to do so. You will have to read to find out. Good story and a bit drawn out, but well worth the read.
I receieved a free copy for my honest review!
Review by Jara
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