UNWRITER Ron Berry

June 25, 2010

Review for They Almost Always Come Home

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Title: They almost always come home

Author: Cynthia Ruchi

Publisher: Abingdon

Copyright: 2010

ISBN: 13: 978-1-4267-0238-9

Format: Paperback

Genre: Christian fiction

“Do dead people wear shoes?”

With an opening sentence like that you have to keep reading to see who died and why. For the first half of the book, Libby is a nervous wreck. Her husband isn’t dead. He isn’t alive. He’s missing. There’s a reason fishing in the most remote of places uses the buddy system. Greg however chose to go it alone. He’s been gone too long. Is it another woman? No, Greg is too trustworthy.

Now the reader is left to wonder what really happened and where did he really go? The question gets a surprising answer, but not until you finish the book. This is not one of those books you can read the first chapter then the last and know what happened in the middle. It flows very smoothly from start to finish and you need all the information to have it make sense. Cynthia Ruchti has written a very compelling mystery and you are always wanting more.

I recommend this book to anyone who loves good, clean mystery book.

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1 Comment »

  1. Ron, thank you so much for the review! I’m grateful for your kind words about it and for joining Libby on her journey.

    Comment by Cynthia — June 25, 2010 @ 8:20 am | Reply


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