Review: Undertow, Kelly Cozy

*Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review*
Drew Finley was a crime journalist, until his mind couldn't shut out the images of blood and bodies. Alcohol made the images go away, but also ruined Drew's career and innocents' lives.
Drew's eager to make amends and he's got a story that will help him: a profile of a local celebrity who may have been framed for murder. As he digs deeper, he'll uncover secrets and grudges that will put the people he loves in danger.

Kelly Cozy became hooked on books in early infancy, when she turned one of her parents' paperbacks into a teething ring. She lives in California with her husband, son, and cats.
Her hobbies include cooking, reading, watching movies, and attending nerdy conventions.

This books leaves me a bit troubled. I love the writing. Cozy knows how to create characters and set atmosphere.
I felt the struggle Finley was going trough but I had a really hard time understanding his decisions. Especially his attitude towards Evie disturbed me a lot. I had the feeling she was really understanding but he was not really honest. I noticed while reading the annoyance about that disturbed the experience with the rest of the story.
The plot of the story is very interesting. There are a lot of interesting factors. Abuse of young woman. A prisoner on death row. Your sense of right and wrong is tested a lot in this book.

Author: Kelly Cozy
Publisher: Smite Publications
Pages: 270
Format: eBook
ISBN-13: 9780991044511
Smite Publications: eBook | Hardcover | Paperback
4 stars

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