"As long as there are people out there who betray our trust, there will be Judgment Day with Suzanne Kidwell. Good night America. I'll see you next week."
Suzanne Kidwell is a Journalist that hears a rumor and doesn't look for facts, yet reports and convicts people of guilt. This time she has accused the wrong person. Someone is found dead on Suzanne's living room floor. She's accused of murder, yet she's innocent. She thinks she's being framed and thinks she knows who framing her. To find the evidence, she needs the help of PI Marcus Crisp, her ex-fiance, who caught her cheating on him. Will he help her and be able to keep her alive long enough to unveil the culprit?
I've read 'Abduction', 'Obsession' & 'Intimidation' by Wanda L. Dyson. I really enjoyed those books, so I thought that I would like 'Judgment Day' as well. I was not disappointed.
'Judgment Day' was really easy to read. It flowed nicely and held my attention. I felt like I was watching a movie when reading this. The characters were funny, yet intriguing. The plot was believable and overall I just really liked it.
I found it pretty ironic that Suzanne accused people of being guilty of a crime when she didn't have any evidence, just mere speculation, and then almost the same thing happened to her. What Suzanne's cellmate said summed that up pretty well:
"You need to stop judging by mere appearances and make right judgments. If you are without sin, be the first to throw a stone."
"Why don't you judge your own faults? You teach others; why don't you teach yourself? A false witness offers nothing but lies and will perish and whoever listens to his lies will be destroyed forever. For out of that corrupt heart comes nothing but lies and slander."
When I reached the final chapters, 'Judgment Day' became impossible to put down. I had to know what happened. If you enjoy reading a good suspense/mystery, then I would recommend 'Judgment Day'.
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