Tuesday, September 6, 2016

With Malice by Eileen Cook

Jill Charron wakes up in a hospital bed, with no memory of what happened in the last six weeks. She is told that she was in a serious car accident while on an educational trip in Italy. Jill’s best friend passed away in the accident and Jill is accused of murdering her. Jill’s father flies her back to America for quality care; however this care also includes lawyers, media attention, and the Italian Police. Maybe it is possible this accident wasn’t really an accident.

This book is very well written, and keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. There are pages in the book that are excerpts from the police reports and interviews. This gives the reader an idea of how the authorities are trying to piece together what happened, since Jill can’t remember. The reader is tied between believing that Jill is innocent or agreeing with the media that she is a crazy person, who went on a suicide mission to kill herself and her best friend in a jealous rage.

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