My review of Judgment Day by Wanda L. Dyson

Publisher: WaterBrook Press (September 21, 2010)

Suzanne Kidwall excells at exposing people's sins through her weekly cable news show Judgment Day - whether she has her facts straight or not. When a woman ends up dead on her living room floor and Suzanne is found with blood on her hands, she has her turn experiencing a taste of her own medicine - instant judgment in the eyes of the public for a crime she didn't commit. Her only hope is to turn to a private investigation agency to uncover the truth, an agency run by Marcus Crisp, her ex-fiance. As he and his partner, Alex, start shining a light on the facts of the case, it becomes clear that Suzanne has become entangled in something far beyond her grasp, something that has placed her life at risk.

I enjoyed the fast pace of Judgment Day as it untangled the web that Suzanne had become caught up in. Suzanne is an intriguing character with her obviously selfish manners and yet someone who you still can't help but like with her sometimes misguided methods of uncovering corruption and seeking justice. The book doesn't have a dull moment, and I was immediately drawn into the story from the beginning, where nothing is as it seems. Dyson is a skilled writer who does a good job of building the suspense and leading to a satisfying conclusion. I didn't find all the elements of the story to be perfectly plausible, but as a whole the story was highly entertaining and will definitely appeal to readers who love a good suspense story.

I strongly recommend the story and give it 4 out of 5 stars. 

Disclaimer: A copy of this ebook was provided by the publisher for the purposes of an unbiased review.