When Sam Johnstone returns to his hometown for a funeral, he expects it to be a somber affair. But when the deceased’s sister is found murdered soon after the service, Sam finds himself in the middle of another murder investigation. As he tries to piece together what happened, he comes up against roadblocks at every turn. With nobody willing to talk and evidence mounting against him, Sam has to find out who killed Nora before he ends up behind bars.
For who is this book for ?
False Evidence is a mystery thriller for fans of the genre. The story follows Sam Johnstone as he investigates the murder of his friend’s sister. With evidence mounting against him, Sam has to find out who killed Nora before he ends up in jail.
- The protagonist, Sam Johnstone, is well-developed and intriguing.
- Chandler’s writing is crisp and suspenseful.
- The plot moves quickly and keeps the reader engaged.
- The book may be poorly written and not well edited.
- The plot may be clichéd or predictable.
- The characters may be shallow and uninteresting.
Learn more about the author
James Chandler is the author of the Sam Johnstone Mysteries, a series of thrillers featuring an amateur detective. False Evidence is his third book in the series.
“False Evidence is a tightly written mystery that had me guessing until the very end. I really enjoyed Sam Johnstone’s latest adventure and can’t wait to see what he gets up to next.”
“False Evidence is a well-plotted mystery with a convincing protagonist. I was quickly pulled into the story and had trouble putting it down. Chandler has created a believable small town with intriguing characters, and I’m looking forward to reading more from him.”
“Another gripping mystery from James Chandler. False Evidence had me hooked from beginning to end.”
“If you’re a fan of murder mysteries, then False Evidence is definitely worth picking up. Chandler does an excellent job of drawing the reader into the story and keeping them guessing until the very end.”