Riddle by Elizabeth N. Newton- A Review by Jessica Wren

An honest and straightforward review of “Riddle”. It’s refreshing to get an objective view. “Riddle” is currently being re-edited and reformatted. Thanks to author Jessica Wren for taking the time to read and review “Riddle”. Check out her book on Amazon.http://www.amazon.com/Ice-Jessica-Wren-ebook/dp/B00O1CCAU6/

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Genre: Romance Thriller

Overall Rating: 4 stars

Editing and Proofreading: 3/5

Linguistics and Stylistics: 4/5

Plot Development: 4/5

Plot Pacing: 4/5

Character Development: 6/5

Rating: 18+ for profanity, violence, and sexual situations

If you interview every inmate in any given prison, I would estimate that nine out of ten would tell you they were innocent, they were framed, that evidence was planted, that the defense lawyer was incompetent, and on and on. While no one believes that this many people are wrongfully convicted, it does occasionally happen. In Riddle by Elizabeth N. Newton, Kort, a twenty-ish man of Native American origin, is returning to his home town of Riddle (in an unnamed state but hinted to be Nebraska) after serving eight years for manslaughter. He had been wrongfully convicted of killing his girlfriend Desiree when they were teenagers. Having accepted his life circumstances and determined to move on, Kort immediately…

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2 thoughts on “Riddle by Elizabeth N. Newton- A Review by Jessica Wren

  1. Lizzi, keep writing! I am enjoying every line, every paragraph, every chapter. The Riddle was riveting, exciting, and another page turner. The characters are believable, the story line captivating. Putting down the book was hard and picking it up was easy!

    1. Thank you so much Kathy! I’m glad you liked it. It means a lot to me to know you enjoyed it. I will definitely keep writing and let you know when the next book is published.

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