Friday, July 12, 2013

Review Wrap Up: A Deadly Truth by Joyce Proell

Historical Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Date Published: 7/1/2013

A man obsessed, a woman willing to risk it all…

Tainted in the eyes of Victorian society by his wife’s suicide, successful entrepreneur Doyle
Flanagan turns a deaf ear to the baseless gossip and harsh rebukes. Ignoring his shattered reputation, he
goes about his business making money, doing some good for others and making a few enemies along
the way. Arrested for a murder he didn’t commit, he is forced to rely on a feisty school administrator to
solve the puzzle. As he struggles to prove his innocence, he realizes gaining the trust and loyalty of Cady
Delafield may be more important than his freedom.

On a quest to locate a missing student, school matron Cady Delafield enters a stranger’s house
and discovers the woman murdered. Driven to see the murderer brought to justice, she is determined to
prevent any further tragedy even if it means joining forces with the very man accused of the atrocity.
Against the wishes of her powerful family, she risks her job and reputation to learn the truth. But will
the truth, once revealed, drive her away from the man she has come to love?

Passion and murder collide in 1880’s Chicago as they race to keep one step ahead of the police
who want Doyle to pay for his crime. As the attraction between Cady and Doyle sizzles, they battle
suspicions, lies and lethal actions to uncover the murderer before he destroys them both.

This book has averaged a  4.9* during this TOUR! 
This book has a Current Amazon Rating of 4.7*'s.
Kindle Price - $4.95 !


Joyce Proell grew up in Minnesota and attended college and grad school in Chicago. After working in mental health, she retired at a young age to write full-time. Her first book, Eliza, was published in 2012. When she isn’t writing mysteries or historical romances, she loves to travel, walk, read, and do crossword puzzles. She and her husband make their home in rural Minnesota in her very own little house on the prairie.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Cami, for the well-done tour. Joyce