Review: None So Blind by Barbara Fradkin

Print Length: 360 pages
Publisher: Dundurn (November 1, 2014)

Twenty years ago, a raw and impressionable Detective Michael Green helped convict a young professor for the murder of an attractive co-ed. From behind bars, the man continued to hound Green with letters protesting his innocence. Shortly after being paroled, he is found dead. Is it suicide? Revenge?

When Green receives one last letter, posted before the man's death, in which he plans to track down the real killer, Green realizes he may have made the biggest mistake of his career — a mistake which cost an innocent man his liberty and ultimately his life. To determine the truth, Green is forced to re-examine old evidence and stir up old wounds to stare down a far greater evil hiding in plain sight.


My Rating: 4 stars out of 5

My Review: If you can get past the bit of a slow start this novel has, then you are in for a good time. This book is filled with twists, turns and (most importantly) a surprise ending that will keep you guessing the whole story through! 

I do wish that there had been more time and attention paid to the various characters (it seemed that just as soon as you were starting to get to know them, they were gone), or that there hadn't been quite so many to begin with, but in the end the story was well worth this mild annoyance.

I definitely think this story will appeal to a wide range of audiences! 

DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This has NOT altered or changed my review in any way. All thoughts expressed in this review are 100% my own.

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