If you read my blog regularly, you’ll know I am a complete bookworm. It’s also fair to say reading is my way of unwinding, and I do a lot of that! So when I was sent an advance copy of Innocent Or Guilty by A.M. Taylor, I was happy to give it a whirl.
Innocent Or Guilty by A. M. Taylor
I love a good mystery, but I’m not usually a fan of courtroom based books. This was a great balance of the two though. Lots of flashbacks, current-day action and then courtroom content, too.
One morning ten years ago, the town of Twin Rivers changed forever when the body of Tyler Washington was found in the woods. Son of the mayor, star of the high school basketball team – his death struck right at the heart of this tight-knit community.
For Olivia Hall, Tyler’s death heralded the start of her own personal nightmare – her twin brother, Ethan, was arrested for Tyler’s murder. Ten years later, Ethan is still in jail. Olivia is convinced he is innocent, and now, a true crime podcast has taken up his case.
As the podcast digs deeper, secrets, lies and shocking revelations are all uncovered. For the first time, Olivia dares to hope that Ethan may be set free. But if he didn’t kill Tyler, who did? And how far will they go to keep their secrets safe?
About The Book:
Innocent Or Guilty by A. M. Taylor is 350 pages long. It will be available on Kindle, Audiobook and Paperback from Amazon from 21st September 2019. It’s 99p to pre-order on Kindle, or if you’re a fan of paper, it’s currently £8.99 to pre-order it in paperback (The paperback release date is 13th December 2019). The paperback is published by One More Chapter.
It took me a few chapters to get into Innocent Or Guilty by A. M. Taylor, but once I did, I couldn’t put it down. I felt emotionally drained by the time I had finished it. Innocent or Guilty takes you on a rollercoaster ride as you try to work out what happened and “who’s guilty”.
There are a fair few twists and turns, so strap yourself in, and prepare for an immersive ride! I walked away from this book, feeling like I’d been through the spin cycle on my washing machine. Despite finishing it a week ago, I still keep thinking back to the characters. It’s been a long while since a book affected me in that way. This book is definitely one I will recommend. So what are you waiting for!
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