1/11/14

Review of Twenty - Five Years Ago Today by Stacy Juba



Kris Langley returns home to a job in a newspaper, wanting to be a journalist she must start at the bottom and work her way up. She starts her new path by writing small articles and obits. A job that is frowned upon by her mother and sister. A broken relationship is how Kris would describe her and her mother. This has not always been true, but after the tragic death of her best friend and cousin Nichole, things have just not been the same.

Kris has carried grief and some guilt around since Nichole was killed. Feeling that maybe she could have saved Nichole and prevented a lot of hurt amongst her family. Kris stumbles upon a an old murder of a 21 year old Diana Ferguson, 25 years ago she was found bludgeoned to death in the woods. The murder was never solved. Kris soon dives in to find out killed Diana. She feels this family needs closure and maybe just maybe she might find closure herself. Kris gets to know the family and even finds love along the way. Does Kris find the murderer ??? Does she find the closure she needs that may stop her nightmares ?? You have to read this to find out !

Twenty Five years ago is a wonderful "Who do it" mystery !  !! It keep me guessing right up to the end ! Sit back and hold on as you turn each page :)

5 who done it stars !
Wende

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