A Very Simple Crime by Grant Jerkins
In the mood for a dark, really dark, mystery? Like your noir, very, very, well, noir? Look no further. This is a twisty, suspenseful, psychological tale that keeps you guessing. The simple summary is a man is accused of killing his wife. He swears on the stand that he loved his wife. Did he? Or did he not?
I can’t say anything else without ruining the whodunit factor. Let’s just say the author is great at making you look one way, then another, then another until you don’t know where to look anymore.
This book has already been optioned for the screen, and I really hope they make this movie.