Monday, October 24, 2011

Book Tour: Late Review of Wired by Martha Randolph Carr

Here's a late review...

Will the truth set you free or get you killed?
Mary Elizabeth and Charlie’s marriage is fading away as Charlie tries to just get along and Mary Elizabeth struggles not to disappear completely. A murdered teenager is discovered at the local teenage hangout on a bluff high above main street bringing back memories to Mary Elizabeth that she would rather forget but may hold the key to saving an entire town. But when the bodies keep popping up everyone must struggle with feelings of guilt, shame and redemption. 

                  About Wired
A lifetime of suffering has plagued Mary Elizabeth, a mother and wife. As her her marriage keeps deteorating she must come to terms with her past. A past filled with memories wanting to be shared. Mary Elizabeth has to since she just might be the only one who can stop a serial killer who is perfect in alluding. Thanks hopefully to the love between her husband, Charlie, she might be able to have the strength to survive to reveal a sick killer.
Our main character Mary Elizabeth is such a tortured soul that wants to feel a connection to her life again that has been forever altered by a traumatic event. There are so many well-constructed characters also. The movement of of the story is very neat which moves perfectly right that leads to a very awesome but shocking story reveal. Making Wired one really fun read. Loved how there is this signature in the writing of narration that tells us what's happening with care. Immensely entertaining thriller!

                                                                           Overall: Touching read
                          Genre: Realistic Fiction, Mystery/Suspense, Romance, Thriller

                                                                                      My Star Review 4 of 5 stars
                                                                                      Buy Options 

Available as: E-book, $2.99 ('s Kindle Edition), Paperback, $6.95 from
Recommended Ages: 17 and Up                                                                   
Hardcover: 438 pgs.
Published:  October 1st 1993 by Nimrod House, Incorporated

For This Review:  *Book Copy Provided For Review through Book Tour*

                                                                                  About the Author
Martha Randolph Carr is the author of three books and has a weekly, nationally syndicated column through the Cagle Cartoon syndicate on politics, national interest topics and life in general. Her newest work, The List is a political thriller set around the attorney, Wallis Jones her husband Norman and their son Ned. The List is the first in a series. Martha is currently at work on the sequel, The Keeper. 

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