Book Review: The Eleventh Victim by Nancy Grace

Monday, August 10, 2009

Hailey Dean has fled Atlanta, Georgia, in search of freedom.

Freedom from crime scene photos, the heartbreak of victim's families, and the burden to make sure criminals paid their dues to society.

But can she escape her problems down South in New York City?

Not when you've got a Georgia Supreme Court Justice willing to set a serial killer free in exchange for becoming the state's next Governor; or a elite businessman that will do whatever it takes to convert Georgia's marshlands into million dollar resorts.

And, amazingly, all of these scenarios will tie into one explosive ending!

I'm a Nancy Grace fan, watching her show on HLN most every weekday evening.

However, I wasn't really expecting much out of her first attempt at fiction writing. After all, she's a prosecutor turned journalist; not a writer, per say.

But all I can say is WOW! Grace has some serious talent when it comes to writing fiction that will keep a reader so engaged in a book that it's hard to put down!

Aside from the in-depth description of places 'round and 'bout Georgia that provides a clear picture for readers, a lot of what contributes to the intrigue of The Eleventh Victim is that it features some of Grace's real life history: she is a native born Georgian and switched careers following the murder of her fiance.

Nancy Grace receives kudos and applause for a well-written, extremely engrossing first time fiction novel.

I'm hoping that we can expect more in the future!

Buy It! The Eleventh Victim by Nancy Grace will release on August 11, 2009, and can be purchased from Amazon for only $19.49 USD (Hardcover).


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