by J. Howell


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Mistaken by J. Howell

One year ago, two bullets from a .45 caliber pistol ripped away any hopes Dillan had of a future with her fiancé, Jamie.

On the anniversary of Jamie's death, the appearance of his estranged twin brother, Trey, leaves Dillan wondering what other secrets her perfect fiancé was hiding. When Trey learns of his brother's death, Dillan takes pity on him and gives him a place to stay.
Trey's erratic behavior and a series of suspicious phone calls lead Dillan to believe that Trey knows more about the circumstances surrounding Jamie's death than he's letting on. With all leads exhausted and Jamie's murderer still on the loose, Trey is Dillan's last hope for finding the truth.

Sometimes the truth hurts... but in Dillan's case it could kill her.

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ISBN-13: 9781477456361
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2012
Pages: 198
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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Mistaken 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
GetYaWings More than 1 year ago
Cover: Professionally done - looks great. Editing/Proofing: Appears to be professionally done ... very few errors noticed. Formatting: Professional Content: As always with Howell, when I had to step away from this book, I missed it and wondered what the characters were up to. She has a way of developing characters that really stay with you - I'd love to know where these people are now and what they're doing. Great character development. There is action almost immediately - along with devastation. In the pages that follow: more devastation, life spiraling out of control, drama, some scandal, more violence - this is a good, diverse book that would appeal to readers of many genres. Mystery is alive throughout most of it as well. Predictability: I tend to predict everything but Howell manages to throw out some curve balls and so I've come to just enjoy the ridge with her. None of her works have been typical and this is no exception. Overall rating: 5 stars.