Thursday, August 18, 2016
The Life We Bury
Book #84 Read in 2016
The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens
Joe has to write a biography for a college class. He picks Carl, a man dying from cancer who was paroled from jail to a nursing home. Carl was convicted of raping and murdering a teenage girl years ago. But is he innocent of that crime? Joe begins to delve into the evidence from the trial and begins his own investigation--risking his own life. This bogged down a bit in the middle for me but the last third of the book was unputdownable. I recommend it.