Author: Barbara Taylor Sissel

Safe Keeping by Barbara Taylor Sissel

Posted September 22, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Safe Keeping by Barbara Taylor Sissel

This book opens up very powerful, with a mother realizing there is a real chance her son is a murderer. That’s got to be a really hard thing for a parent to consider, and you can tell that is something the whole family has a hard time considering. I was actually a little bit surprised at how much I enjoyed this book, it reminded me of one of those slow building crime/suspense movies, the book was just like that, a slow build the entire way through, and I really liked it. So the whole book you are really wondering, is Emily right, did her son kill these women? But then again Emily isn’t even sure that Tucker, her son killed them, in fact she is steadfast in her conviction that it just isn’t possible that he baby could do something like that. His sister Lissa is just as sure that her brother couldn’t have done the things that the media and the police believe he did. The story is told from two different POVs the women of the family, Emily and Lissa. And both of them are just so torn up over what is happening but they believe in their son. These women keep uncovering different possible suspects as to who could have been responsible for the murder, and I have to admit that even I was unsure of who did it while I was reading, it wasn’t until the very end when the book outlined everything that I was […]