“The Bullet” by Mary Louise Kelly



“I just — I mean, how did you get it?” Her hand reached up to brush the back of her neck.

“Get what?”

“The…you know, here.” Again, the hand reaching up.

“Sorry, I’m not sure what you’re talking about.”

“The bullet,” she said. “How did you get that bullet in your neck?”

Caroline Cashion thought she had a normal life. A professor of French literature, Caroline spends her days reading in quaint cafés, teaching, and spending time with her close-knit family.

But after that fateful doctor’s appointment, Caroline’s world is turned upside down. She finds out that when she was younger, her parents were murdered, and she was left for dead with a bullet in her neck. The case went cold years ago, but Caroline is determined to sleuth out what happened, and to find out if the killer is still out there.

THE BULLET is a slow-paced thriller, moving from old colonial Washington DC to country southern Atlanta and back again. Her journey is full of twists, some you can see coming, which actually makes the completely unpredictable ones that much more mind-blowing. Another great summer read!

Purchase the book here.

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

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