Tuesday, July 08, 2014

[Book Review] That Night by Chevy Stevens


Andrea reviews THAT NIGHT by Chevy Stevens (St. Martin’s Press, 2014)
When the latest thriller by Chevy Stevens begins, Toni Murphy is being released from her 15-year jail sentence after being convicted of murdering her younger sister Nicole. Because of Toni’s relationship with high school thug, Ryan, and her increasing behavioral issues, underage drinking, and problems with other students and the law, Toni would be the obvious suspect of the cold blooded murder. Right?

Using her usual nail-biting, edgy style, Ms. Stevens has written another brilliant novel of suspense. Told from Toni’s point of view, Stevens flip flops between the present day and flashbacks of Toni’s ordeals in prison. Being in prison has obviously made Toni Murphy a jaded and calloused person, but readers will feel compassion for her as she readjusts to life on the outside while still grieving her sister.

I devoured this book because of the fast-paced action and adventure. Just remember appearances are definitely deceiving in this story. Enjoy!

Andrea, Poplar-White Station Library

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