Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Red Tape by Michele Lynn Seigfried Book Review

In this captivating tale of crime, government corruption and mystery, Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton gets more than she bargained for when she encounters an irate resident and loose cannon, Robert Triggers. Triggers has been harassing the employees in the small, Jersey shore town where she works and he becomes the prime suspect when multiple attempts to sabotage the municipal building are made. Chelsey begins to piece it all together and finds herself framed for a crime she did not commit. She narrowly escapes several attempts at her demise, only to find herself in a much more precarious situation. Will she make it out alive or end up a tragic victim at the hands of a madman?

Chelsey Alton is a Newly Single Mom after her fiancee leaving her while she is pregnant Chelsey takes a Maternity leave from her Job at the Municipal Office.When she comes back he has to deal with a a slew of problems a rude disgruntle resident,a break in,a fire and then to top it off getting arrested for embezzlement, once clear of the charges the drama continues with someone trying to kill Chelsey.This is a excellent book.It contained just the right amount of Drama and the characters were well formed especially the main character Chelsey whom I really liked and felt very bad for her.I would recommend to anyone the story line kept me interested from beginning to end.This is a book I could read more than once.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Heather! I'm so happy you enjoyed the book! I wanted to thank you for hosting me today on your blog! It is very much appreciated!