A Witness To Sin

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In a family built on sin, a father's murder, a mother's treachery; estranged sister's unite to seek the truth. Sabotaged with every move, they must unlock the past to survive the future... But will it be too late? Lust, anger, adultery, pride, gluttony, murder, greed... Sin. More

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About E. L. Henry

E.L. Henry's passion for books and writing started in elementary school and that led her to study and complete her degree at the University of Houston where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in English Literature. While teaching English classes for three years she began writing her first suspense novel "A Witness To Sin" and she is currently working on a fantasy novel titled "To Light and Guard". She currently resides in the Houston, TX area with her family.

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Review by: Cheryl Pospisil on March 18, 2012 :
I could not put this book down! I loved all the twists and turns in the story. I have recommended this book to several friends already. The book is very well written and it makes you feel for the characters and try to guess what secrets they are hiding. I can't wait for more stories from this author.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
Review by: Ed Drury on March 5, 2012 :
This book brings to life a cast of very complex characters who all have secrets dark and varied. While it centers on events long past, the echoes of these events set in to motion many lies, crimes and much suffering. From the drug addicted Belinda to her highly successful sister Liadin every character has complex layers. Even the seemingly unimportant Edward is hiding secrets. The character development in the story is excellent leaving the reader wondering if there are any innocents in this tale or if they all are just different dark shades of some greater evil. Yet the reader comes to care very much for Belinda because of her fragility and Li for her confusion and perhaps poor choices romantically.
In the end, the truth always comes out. But as this author has dramatically shone, it doesn't necessarily set one free or heel all wounds as we are so often lead to believe. No, the truth is often more complex and nuanced than fiction. This book is equal measures a who done it, psychological thriller and dark romance. An interesting ride along with the lives of complicated people. Good fiction writing requires attentive reading and this book provides an excellent excuse to get lost in the complex layers of deceit, greed, lust and betrayal that are all threads in the story. You'll quickly come to hate Mother Arianne, feel sorry for the clueless Edward, empathize with Garcia as he struggles to quit smoking and wonder about the motives of many others. But don't be surprised if your opinions about all of them change several times before the ending.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
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