Book Review: Suspicion by Joseph Finder

09 Jun



Suspicion by Joe Finder


May 27, 2014

ISBN-10: 0525954600

ISBN-13: 978-0525954606

400 pages

Decisions always have consequences

Decisions always have consequences. Some positive; others less so. Some for all the right reasons; others born from darker motives. Some lead to happiness and fulfillment; others to loss, guilt, and recrimination. And still others open the door to a hellacious series of events.

Author Danny Goodman made a decision. A big decision. And for the right reasons. As a single father, he would do anything for his teenage daughter Abby. Even borrowing money from uber-wealthy Thomas Gavin, the father of Abby’s best friend and classmate at Boston’s uber-exclusive Lyman Academy—a place Abby loved, even needed, but Danny couldn’t come close to affording.

First a  small loan for a class trip to Italy, then a larger one for the tuition that was far beyond Danny’s means. But it was for his daughter after all.

But in Joseph Finder’s hands nothing is as it seems. Danny finds himself in a trash-compactor of fear and danger and a world of crime and retribution he never knew existed.

This story will pull you in and carry you on a journey of ups and downs and twists and turns that you, and Danny, never see coming.


1 Comment

Posted by on June 9, 2014 in Book Review, Writing


One response to “Book Review: Suspicion by Joseph Finder

  1. photojaq

    June 9, 2014 at 9:53 am

    Wow. Good review. Short & sweet. I could never write one that short. 😉



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