I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Who Killed My Husband? by Michelle Stimpson
on June 22, 2017
Pages: 79 pages
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Ashley Crandall finally convinced her husband, Allan, to attend the Christian men’s retreat...but he ends up dead there. What happened to him on the campgrounds? Who would want to kill Allan? And why are the detectives pointing fingers at Ashley? In her quest to solve the mystery and clear her name, Ashley will learn something about her husband that she didn’t want to know and something about her Christian faith that shifts her life.
This short work by national bestselling, multi-published author Michelle Stimpson is packed with emotion, suspense, and a her signature way of weaving hope into a story – always a hit with readers who enjoy faith-based reads.
Ashley & Allan’s marriage has hit a few roadblocks, and she feels this Christian Retreat for Men will be just the thing that her marriage needs to get back on track. Her husband, Allan is known to the public as DJ Pistol Whip to the listeners of his radio show. Ashley wasn’t a fan of his persona, DJ Pistol Whip, but her husband loved to remind her – she knew what she was getting when she married him. Besides his job/persona – the couple is still coming to terms with the passing of their son, Corey.
While her husband is away at the retreat, Ashley knew that it would be the perfect opportunity to catch up on work – and get some much-needed “SELF” time. That’s until she receives a visit in the middle night from the police informing her that Allan is dead. Who would want to kill Allan or was it a freak accident?
Who Killed My Husband is a short story (79 pages) written by Michelle Stimpson – the title falls under the category of mystery, but I guessed the killer before death took place. The story held my attention at the beginning, but the underdeveloped characters and rushed storyline/ending left me a bit disappointed.
Reviewed by: Orsayor