The Missing Housewife by Iris Wynne

The Missing Housewife

byIris Wynne

Kobo ebook | February 18, 2016

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A man convicted of murder pleads his innocence to no avail until the likeness of a woman he supposedly murdered shows up alive in Shanghai. Steve Wade is an ex-cop and now private investigator. His reputation for solving crimes is growing. His newest client is a man charged with a murder he says he did not commit. The convict's sister has evidence that the person he supposedly murdered is alive and living in Shanghai after an old classmate of hers sees a double of the murdered victim while touring parts of Asia. Is the murder victim, a woman, really alive and the man charged with her murder innocent? Steve does not know what to think. Should he believe a convicted killer who was once a drug addict living on the streets? Steve however does not want an innocent man to spend the rest of his life in jail. It's a dilemma he must think through and try to prove the convicted murderer's innocence.






Title:The Missing HousewifeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 18, 2016Publisher:Iris WynneLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great writing from Iris Wynne! Having not read the first book in the series The mIssing Mah Jongg Player I wasn't sure what to expect but the title intrigued me. I really like the cover of the book and wasn't disappointed when I started to read. Even though it is part of a series it is still a good stand alone story. It is very well written, showing skillful crafting of a murder mystery. It has a very clever plot. Is the victim still alive, or is it a double, mistaken identity, is the accused actually innocent, so many twists and turns. It kept my interest and focus; the characters were gritty and well drawn. The dialogue was believable and the settings and location vividly described. Iris Wynne can certainly tell a good story. I feel I got to know Steve, Candy and Sarah really well during the story and will certainly look out for more from Iris in the future. The Kindle Book Review received a free copy of this book for an independent, fair, and honest review. We are not associated with the author or Amazon. Barbara Goldie from The Kindle Book Review
Date published: 2016-05-31