So to begin this review, I have to say that Terri Blackstock and I are friends (not really a friendship, but you understand) on Facebook and we've traded comments a time or two, but she wouldn't know me from Adam. I can also admit, with sincere honesty, I've read another Blackstock book, but for the life of me- I can't remember the title! Sad, I know, but I remember it being so good, it got me to friend her and experience our little chat to begin with!
So when I saw the opportunity to receive another title by her, I was ready. It arrived on a Friday and I began Friday evening. Had it not been for my working on putting my bedroom furniture together and setting up my
master bedroom, I'd have stayed in this book for the evening- It's a thrill from the very first page!
If I Run has Casey, frantically pulling a 'Me': Get rid of all the bloody evidence, cause they'll use that luminole, like they do on tv! Okay, I've never killed a person, but because of all the CSI and shows like The First 48 and more on A&E, I think I know what will happen next too! Her friend's been killed and it looks like she's the culprit behind the murder... but she's not! She's got to save herself and flush the killers out. While she's doing this, someone's looking for her, a detective, hired by the victim's family. Thank goodness, he already knows, by studying her and all she's managed, she's not the killer. But who is?
This book starts and does not stop. Well, until it ends. It is non-fiction in fiction, at it's best! In order to write a good bock, which Terri Blackstock seems to always do, you have to have enough realism in your make-believe. If I Run feels real and so does Casey. The incident in the library and conversations she has on the way to her unknown destination for safety are engaging and understandable, even though she's in danger. Even her talk with Brent is so good- I need to stop! Before I hand off some SPOILERS- and you know how I feel about that! lol
You have to check out, If I Run by Terri Blackstock. She's an amazing author and I'm compelled to read her work as soon as I possess it. Yes, she's that good! On to the next book!📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓👓5 specs
*The 4th Estate (A Wattpad Story) is next.
**Book provided, for free by Litfuse Publicity, for an honest review.
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