Everybody Loved Roger Harlan (Everybody’s a Suspect #1) by Ceil Murphey
In the guise of Ten Little Indians/And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, this group of ten dinner guests of Roger Harlan (plus his wife and stepson) find themselves stranded on an island.
When Roger Harlan is murdered they have to root out his killer.
Meanwhile, Dr. West has faced a lot of sadness and pain in her life and has turned from the Christian faith long ago. Pastor Burton takes it upon himself use this situation as a way to preach the word to her.
Thoughts After Reading:
I thought it was horrible.
A good premise but badly constructed book and boring. The characters were just so bland and predictable.
This book is also a Christian novel, but those parts are written extremely bad and feel thrown in last minute rather than a part of the story. I give it 0 out of 0 stars.
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