A Nearly Normal Family (M.T Edvardsson)

Rating: 3 Stars

The Sandell family find themselves in the middle of a murder investigation where Stella Sandell (Ulrika and Adam Sandell’s daughter) is the number one suspect. Told in three parts, each from a different family member, we eventually get the whole story. Ulrika and Adam find themselves doing everything it takes to make sure the police don’t find any evidence that Stella might have been involved in the murder of Christopher Olsen (who is fifteen years older than her.)

I don’t really know how to explain this book. It was an easy read but honestly, I was ready to give it a 2 star rating because it sort of seemed to drag on and we got back story that really didn’t add to the plot very much (all things that could have just been mentioned in passing through dialogue or narrative instead of chapters of flashbacks.)

However! The ending did save this story and earned it an extra star. It was sort of genius how Edvardsson manages to make the adults seem like they’re actually in control of the events taking place, as they do everything (including lying and hiding evidence.)

If you want a read with a devious twist, pick this one up!

Or stay tuned for my #SpoilerAlert on this book, where I spoil the whole plot for you!

Disclaimer: All thoughts and opinions are simply my own honest ones and I have not been asked to write this review. Not everyone may agree with my thoughts and that’s okay! I hope you enjoy reading about mine.

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