Sunday, July 21, 2013

To Write a Wrong by Robin Caroll

Last year I read my first Robin Caroll book and became a fan.

Recently I read To Write A Wrong part of A Justice Seekers Novel Series.

The clever title was creative because her heroine, Riley Baxter, is a journalist. Riley meets a teenage girl who's father is in prison for a crime he didn't commit.

Riley meets, Hayden Simpson, the local police commissioner. Sparks begin to fly between these two. Each one is trying to solve a different crime. Riley is in danger and Hayden wants to stop someone from killing her. He wonders if recent murders could be linked to an attempt on Riley's life.

As Riley and Hayden work together, they question why God lets bad things happen to good people. They also deal with family relationships and a budding romance between them.

This story starts fast and goes full throttle until the end.

I don't think you'll be disappointed if you read To Write A Wrong.

Let me know if you've read this or any of Robin's books. Do you have a favorite?

Thanks for stopping by today.


  1. You're welcome, Carol. Thanks for stopping by Sleuths and Suspects.