A Murder Unseen

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Sandra Ford is at the wrong place at the wrong time. She doesn't see a murder. She just hears it. It seems like an impossibility to convince the police that it is more than just a figment of her imagination. That impossibility fades in comparison to the unbelievable nightmare Sandra soon finds herself in. Suddenly the police believe someone was killed--and Sandra is the prime suspect!

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Words: 54,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465957818
About Rosie Cochran

Welsh-born Rosie Cochran and her husband, Matt, served as missionaries in Venezuela for eighteen years. She now lives in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York.

Currently Rosie is enjoying her varied role as pastor's wife, home-schooling mom to their youngest two sons, and full-time secretary at their former home church. Rosie is the proud mother of four sons, as well as being blessed with a wonderful daughter(in-law).

She holds a bachelor of arts degree in intercultural ministries from NTM. She holds NACPB certification in bookkeeping, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Excel, and is a certified Quickbooks ProAdvisor. Her hobbies include writing, blogging, and website design.

Reviews

Review by: Pam Johnson on Jan. 22, 2012 :
Loved the book! So many twist and turns it kept me on the edge of my seat. I can't wait to read her other books. I hope there are more to come!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Cheryl Auwarter on Jan. 20, 2012 :
Great book! I couldn't put it down, read it in just 2 nights (only because I had to sleep!). Good plot and great suspense. I was pulled right in to the story. Many twists and turns. I fully enjoyed the book and am looking forward to reading her other books. I highly recommend this book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Carolyn Arnold on Dec. 28, 2011 :
A thrill ride that won’t let you off until it’s over


Sandra Ford has it all – two young, beautiful children and a husband who is her best friend. But what she witnesses one night on the way home from work changes everything. There’s a murder in an alley, but the only thing is she didn’t see it happen, she heard it.

When a tragic car “accident” claims her family and she inadvertently survives, she realizes quickly there’s no one she can trust – even the police. She runs, not with the illusion of putting her family’s loss behind her, but to survive. She knows they will be coming after her when they realize she wasn’t in the car.

Worse yet, the law has deemed her a fugitive – wanted in the murders of both her family and the man from the alley. As she travels across the country, she begins a new life of sorts. With the deaths of her family haunting her at every turn, eventually her past catches up with her and she’s forced to run again. And worse yet everyone she comes into contact with is in danger for their lives.

Sandra then begins to realize the only way she can stop running is to return where it all started. But how is she to prove her innocence when all the evidence points at her?

Cochran orchestrates an adrenaline-charged thrill ride, pausing only long enough to allow you to catch your breath, before you’re pulled along again. If you’re looking for a book you can’t put down, and one you’re willing to lose sleep because of, this book is for you.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Linda Hawley on Nov. 18, 2011 :
This author is one of the most gifted suspense writers I've ever read. Her writing style coupled with her perfection in developing anticipation had me absolutely riveted from the first page. I read from page one to chapter 24 in one sitting--even though it was 1AM--because I could not put the book down. This is the kind of skill all readers want from authors, but rarely get. The story was filled with unexpected twists and turns, and the ending was a shocker. It's written as a clean read (no cussing or sex), but you never even notice it's missing, because the author uses the English language so well. It's easy to read, easy to invest in the protagonist, and the plot is very strong. I wholeheartedly recommend A Murder Unseen.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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