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The Murderess by Ivan Jenson

Genre: Thriller
Source: Random Things Tours
Rating: 3’5/5
Publisher: Dark Edge Press
Amazon

About The Book

30% of murders in the US go unsolved.
Becca Garner hopes her lover’s is one of them.
Because she found him.
He bequeathed her a million dollars.
She’s married.
And so is he.


My Thoughts

Becca Garner has more or less a satisfying life; married and with two daughters. But what makes her life spicy is her extra-marital affairs, until the last lover, Pedro, is killed… He has left her a million dollars for the happy time together, but the money and lies come with a price. Are you ready?
This is not a book to care for the characters, because Becca doesn’t care about her family or husband, only to have fun. As you can imagine after the killing of her lover things will start to change, and that’s what makes the reader turning pages, how Becca will have to re-think her life and decide what’s more important; the money or the family. And when the mysterious “Nemesis” appears in her life messing with everything, she will have to fight with all her arms to keep her family (or money) safe.
This had been a quick read, it was easy to follow the crazy and witty Becca thoughts and actions while she tries to discover who is threatening her life and the ones she love.
I will say that it was not difficult to discover who is really behind everything, but it really is not the most important part, but how Becca starts to see her family with fresh eyes, she loves them but does she really care about them?. In the end, what will matter is if she would choose to be with her daughters (and husband) or take the money. What would you do in her case?
Are you ready for “The Murderess”?


About The Author

Artist/writer/poet Ivan Jenson was born in Los Angeles, California, and raised in a family steeped in the arts. A child prodigy, he earned acclaim when, at age nine, he produced his first sculpture that was ultimately featured in the poster for the National Museum of Costa Rica.