Review: Murder in the Heartland – M. W. Phelps

I haven’t been reading for pleasure lately as I’m snowed under with study assignments. So I thought I’d give a brief review on a previous  book I’ve read.

It was a year or two ago, and I read the paperback version but here is the ebook details;

81vATzGu1IL._SL1500_Murder in the Heartlands – By M. W. Phelps

If you’re not familiar with the true crime it involves the death of 23 yrs young, Bobbie Jo Stinnett, who at the time of her murder was 8 months pregnant with her first child. A very sad story, although there is a happy ending if you can really call it that, I suppose. But I enjoyed it.

I admit I’ve seen amazon reviews that have complained about editing issue etc. but I’m not sure if they were there in the paperback, and I read it too long ago to remember specific things like that. I can usually get past those sorts of things anyhow. If the story is good, I’ll read it.

So if you’re an M. W. Phelps reader and haven’t read this one yet, a true crime fan, or (at the risk of sounding morbidly sick) enjoy this type of crime (fetus stealing) then I’d recommend you try this book out and see for yourself.

I rate this: cropped-large_cute-bookworm-1.png cropped-large_cute-bookworm-1.png cropped-large_cute-bookworm-1.png cropped-large_cute-bookworm-1.png out of 5

Happy Reading

Nat cropped-large_cute-bookworm-1.png


Published by A.Bookish.Rainbow.Sanctuary

Avid reader and 'collector' of books. I'm a prison psychologist and criminologist, so no surprise when I admit I have a particular like in true crime and psychological/police procedure thrillers and suspense books.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: