September 1, 2009

Review: His Father's Son by Bentley Little

Steve has just received the shock of his life. His mother phones him at work, which never happens, to tell him that his father tried to kill her. Steve feels as if he's falling down a black hole. How could this happen? His parents aren't the lovey-dovey type but they don't even argue. When Steve realizes that this incident took place the day before, his conflicting emotions begin their disagreement. He can't decide if he is more angry or hurt that his mother didn't think he should have known about this altercation the day it happened. When Steve takes a trip to the hospital where his father is being kept for observation, he soon finds out that everything is not as it seems.

A wonderful thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.

Thank you Caitlin at NAL for sending me this book to review.

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