Book Review: Evidence In The Cellar by Liberty Dendroncategories: Book, Thriller Detective Mystery, Drug Dealer, Fire, Evidence, Cellar, Mystery Thriller
Liberty Dendronabout this book: Carl Vincent is an honest lawyer that believes in honor and justice. His beliefs are frequently tested when trying to survive in a corrupt city controlled by crooked politicians, and wealthy drug dealers. Whether his case involves deadly racketeers, or the wealthy and corrupt ruling elite, Carl Vincent understands that the fate of his client always comes back to one thing.
He must discover the truth behind all of the lies. There are only a handful of mysteries in this world that simply cannot be explained. Most people like to believe that even the most impossible crime can be solved if given enough time, but that's not always true.
It's a dark stormy windy night in Portsmouth, and The Cornford Inn holds many secrets.
Wilber is ready to go to the police, but Peggy doesn't let him, because he's being framed.
The Cornford Inn has many secrets, drug dealers live and work there. But together Peggy and Wilber survive. This passionate emotional story takes you to a place you'll always remember. Visit the place where love and pain go hand-in-hand. Come with me to the Cornford Inn hotel. Where the clerk saw Mr. Middleton from the office window bending down acting strange.
You have entered a world of fictional crime and murder, where greed, and selfish desire lurk in the minds of drug dealers and hotel owners who commit terrible crimes. It is also a world of lawyers, detectives – private eyes who uncover hidden clues and search through evidence to bring the guilty to justice…
Excellent plot, a well-written mystery short story. Evidence In The Cellar is a must-read for everyone
This story will keep you guessing until the very end.
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Evidence In The CellarA gripping tale of how intelligence and determination can overcome the impossible. The writing is beautiful and compelling: over and over, Liberty Dendron finds beauty in the worst conditions. [by Tynes]
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