Title: The Undertaker
Author: William F. Brown
Genre: Suspense, Thriller, Romance
Release Date: February 1st 2011
Buy the Book: Amazon
This book tells us the story of Pete Talbott, a man who after the death of his wife, takes refuge in his job. Perhaps his life would have continued like that, so monotonous, boring, and without any emotion, if he had not read his own obituary. The paper says clearly that he, Pete Talbott died in a car accident with his wife, Terry. And that is not true, he is alive. Now he wants to discover who is behind all those lies, and Pete will find himself immersed in extreme situations he never thought he would be in.
I must admit that this book grabs you from the very first page and forces you to keep reading until you finish. The plot is well developed, it's always surprising you with unexpected twists and situations that makes you believe you're watching a movie. And the best of all is that the author makes it all fit perfectly in the end, so there are no loose ends.
One of my favorite things about this book is that is a quick read. The story is told in short chapters with no long and tedious descriptions, and that makes it easy to understand and to enjoy.
So, what can I say? I really liked this book, and I’m sure lovers of mystery and suspense will enjoy The Undertaker, which also has a good dose of humor and romance.
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