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Last Writes (Forensic Handwriting Series #4)

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  • Posted January 22, 2011

    Won't want to put it down

    Once you're a member of the Temple of Brighter Light, you've accepted a life full of old-fashioned ideals and sacrifice. Sheila Lowe seizes readers in this page-turning mystery about love, family and the secrets of faith that will leave you questioning life's motives.
    Handwriting expert, Claudia Rose goes on an exhilarating case deep within the walls of The Ark to uncover the truth of what it means to be a member of a cult. When Claudia is approached by Erin Powers to find her missing daughter, Claudia goes directly into the case and enters the world where salvation seems to only be achieved by the catastrophe of the apocalypse.
    As the mystery of the religious group unravels before Claudia's eyes, she realizes that there is more than just one life that's at stake and it is up to her and her best friend, Kelly, to end the devastation that faces the members of TBL before it's too late.
    Readers will be fully engrossed as this handwriting mystery proves to be a book that you won't want to put down.
    Reviewed by Dianne Nalapo for Suspense Magazine

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  • Posted July 16, 2010

    Fascinating Fix for Mystery Lovers

    To me, graphology, better known as handwriting analysis is intriguing. Sheila Lowe is a professional graphologist in addition to being a skillful mystery writer. Her protagonist Claudia Rose puts graphology to work to solve compelling mysteries. I found this latest in the series especially fascinating as the inner workings along with the well-kept secrets of a cult are unraveled to solve some dark goings on. Fast paced and fun.
    Lynn K. Jones

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