Friday, June 11, 2010
Kit Wilkinson's Sabotage ~ Reviewed
By Kit Wilkinson
Published by Steeple Hill
Olympic hopeful Emilie Gill is beautiful, rich, successful—and in danger. Someone's targeting her stable, her friends, her life … and there's nowhere for her to turn. The police? They've charged her with murder. Her father? Out of town—again. Her best friend? He's the man she's accused of killing. There's no one to count on—until Derrick Randall rides into her life. The stable manager's support encourages Emilie to open her carefully guarded heart. But just as she's learning to trust, it all comes apart. Her faith—and new found love—are all she'll have when the sabotage turns deadly one more...
Set in Virginia against the backdrop of thoroughbreds and Olympic trainers, Wilkerson expertly draws her readers into the story, weaving a nice balance between the genteel world and suspense. And for one who doesn't read suspense, I thoroughly enjoyed this fast-paced story. Novel Journey and I recommend it for a great summer read.
Reviewed by: Ane Mulligan
Editor, Novel Journey