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I am Quinn by McGarvey Black
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it was amazing

An intriguing read cleverly written in a unique and interesting way. Quinn Roberts is dead. She knows she is dead but can not understand why. Her soul will not rest and she watches her family and friends with sadness and confusion since her departure. Can she be so easily forgotten?... and why do the police keep coming to a dead end on their investigation? Who is holding things back? Who has secrets? Quinn was a popular schoolgirl and a well loved woman throughout her life. Who would want her dead?.....a past boyfriend...a jealous friend? Someone must have a motive, or was it just a random killing. Her eldest sister Erin takes the death of her loving, beautiful little sister very hard. The Robert family never really liked Quinns arrogant, bossy, manipulative husband Alec, but that does not make him a killer. Quinn loved him and she radiated with happiness and contentment, and they went on to have two wonderful children....so the family said nothing. But sure enough, as time went by the marriage took a downward turn so maybe divorce could by the answer, then Quinn could start afresh, rebuild her friendships and her future, but it didn't quite get that far......Great story telling that will pull you in and keep you there until the very last page.
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May 17, 2019 – Shelved

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McGarvey Black Thank you Diane. From your comments it seems like you totally understood the story I was trying to to tell. I’m so grateful for your lovely review and even more delighted that you enjoyed it so much.


Diane Warburton McGarvey wrote: "Thank you Diane. From your comments it seems like you totally understood the story I was trying to to tell. I’m so grateful for your lovely review and even more delighted that you enjoyed it so much."

You are most welcome. It was well deserved and I wish you every success.


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