Saturday, July 7, 2012

Tuesday's Child by Fern Michaels

Mikala (Kala) knew Sophie had not killed Adams disabled wife.  The other attorney knew Adam had not killed her so the only reasonable choice was Sophie.  After a wicked court battle, Sophie was found guilty and jailed...

Kensington Publishing sent me a copy of this book for review (thank you).  It was published at the end of June, so you can find a copy at your local bookstore now.

When Kala is ready to retire, Sophie's case still haunts her.  She's sure she's innocent but, despite searching for other answers for years after her incarceration, there is no other plain answer for why Ms. Star died of an overdose of her medications.  Then Adam Star comes to her office.  He's dying and wants to confess to killing his wife.  He not only frees Sophie with his confession, he gives her his fortune he acquired from his wife.  But did he really kill his wife?  Suddenly Kala begins to doubt it. 

This is a very interesting read with several odd twists.  I enjoyed Kala's romance with her judge, Ben.  

Nothing works out quite like you'd expect in this story.  The scales of justice flex back and forth as the tale goes on and when you reach the end, they're not quite even.  Was justice served or not?  I felt like not quite.  Why don't you read the book and see what you think?

If you'd like my copy of this ARC, please leave a comment here on my blog and email me at info at with your name and address and why you would like to read this book.  I'll pick a winner in about a week.

Happy reading.


Shan said...

I love Fern Michaels. She is an excellent writer and I enjoyed her series with the ladies whom didn't put up with crap from no one...wish I could remember what it was called, but wow could they be nasty!!
Would love to read this book, sounds like a good read-but then I would expect nothing less from her.

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ChristyJan said...

I’ve always heard people talking about author, Fern Michaels, and I’m almost embarrassed to say that I have not read any of her books – yet.
Would love to win this one and see what I’ve been missing. 