Saturday, September 18, 2010

Review of Body of Evidence by Roy Glenn

Body of Evidence by Roy Glenn
Paperback, 300 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Urban Books

From Goodreads:
Panthea Daniels is stunned and devastated when she learns her husband of seven years is having an affair. She visits attorney Marcus Douglas to begin divorce proceedings, but sparks immediately begin to fly between the two. Things take a dramatic and unexpected turn as the two engage in an illicit affair. After receiving pictures of the woman It s not everyday that you see your husband s mistress. - Panthea is arrested and charged with her rival s murder. The victim, Abril Arrington was involved with several men, and was conning them all out of money- including Panthea s husband Scott. Soon, Marcus is convinced that each man, and not his client turned lover Panthea, have a compelling reason for killing Abril. But as the investigation continues, Marcus is faced with undeniable facts that leave him questioning everything he know he knew, including whether she s capable of murder!
My thoughts:

I can't believe Marcus started a relationship with Panthea when she was accused of murdering Abril Arrington. He should have been more professional, especially since she was married. Yes, her husband was having an affair, but it doesn't mean she needs to go out and have an affair herself. She is bad news.

I got kind of lost sometimes because there were so many different names going around in the book, but it was a good book and had a surprising twist at the end.

Gave this book 4 out of 5 stars.

1 comment:

  1. I wonder why authors feel the need to have so many characters in their books sometimes. Glad you enjoyed this one!