The Counselor by Curtis Taylor

Hey friends, I wanted to introduce a new author who wrote a wonderful mystery titled, "The Counselor." Wait till you read this will keep you guessing till the end.

Book Synopsis: 

By a #1 New York Times best-selling writer. Travis Call, a financial counselor and a counselor in a bishopric, faces life in prison when his wife’s body is found in a shallow grave. He pleads his innocence, but many don’t believe him. With his best friend, Ross Keller, he begins the search for the real killer, only to find that true evil may be closer than he suspects. The Counselor establishes a new series in Latter-Day Saint fiction. 
Pages - 401 

In my opinion:

The Counselor was the first book I read written by Curtis Taylor. I loved many things about this story. First, I loved how it was clean and didn't include any bad language or sexual content. I also loved that the characters were well developed. This book definitely had a lot of mystery and suspense which I enjoyed reading. Curtis wrote in a way that had me guessing till the end. I even created a mini detective chart to try and figure out the killer but I was dead wrong. It is no wonder he is #1 New York Times best selling author. I'm happy to say that I recommend The Counselor to anyone who loves a good mystery.

More About Aspen Books: 

Over its illustrious history, Aspen Books and its sister company, Gold Leaf Press, have published over 100 authors, including Pulitzer-prize winner Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, and New York Times best-selling authors Orson Scott Card and Betty J. Eadie. It has sold millions of copies in nearly 40 languages. Now, after a decade of dormancy, the celebrated publisher of such well-known bestsellers as “Embraced by the Light,” “The Burning Within,” and “The Touch of the Master’s Hand,” has been reconstituted and is publishing new works.

Aspen Books is being relaunched by Curtis Taylor, one of the original founders. The imprint is committed to publishing works from new and well-known authors for the general market as well as titles specifically for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Since its relaunch, Aspen Books has published three new works: “The Counselor” and “A Grand Conspiracy” both by #1 New York Times best-selling author, Curtis Taylor, and the popular family game, Missionary: Impossible.

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Wait till you read my next review of the popular family game, Missionary: Impossible...coming soon.


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