A Matter of Trust by Lis Wiehl with April Henry started out with a bang. If you easily get queasy over the thought of blood or death scenes then you may not want to read this book. The opening death scene is pretty intense.
Full of action and suspense, this whodunit will keep you guessing until the very end. I got a little confused in the middle of the book with the sudden introduction of some characters who didn't seem to fit into the story well (and they came with strange "gamer" names as well).
The main character is a woman who's reeling over the death of her husband just a few months before, she's trying to piece her life together as a sudden single mother.
This story was interesting and kept my attention. Hard to put this one down.
This book was provided for review by Booksneeze.