A Woman Misunderstood : Tennessee Delta

  • by Melinda Clayton
  • Narrated by Michelle Babb
  • Series: Tennessee Delta
  • 5 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On a sweltering July morning in rural Tennessee, 50-year-old Rebecca Reynolds visits the family farm, where she literally stumbles across the mutilated bodies of her parents and younger sister, a sister who had spent life in a wheelchair after a birth fraught with complications.
Rebecca's first thought is to call 911. Her second is to find her estranged sister, Lena, who was disowned by the family years before. Her third is to wonder how long it will be before Lena is arrested for the murder of their family.
As the police gather evidence pointing to Lena, the sisters turn to attorney Brian Stone. Convinced of Lena's innocence, he agrees to take on the case. But in a family ripped apart by dysfunction, is anyone truly innocent?

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A compelling suspense story

Rebecca Reynolds returns to her parents' home for her weekly visit only to literally stumble over her wheelchair-bound sister's dead body.

Her parents are also dead, all three hacked to death with an ax.

She calls 911. She wonders where her other sister, Lena, disowned by the family years ago, is. And she wonders how long it will be before Lena is arrested.

It's a very effective, chilling set-up for chilling psychological suspense. We see the story through three sets of eyes--Rebecca's, Lena's, and those of the lawyer Rebecca hires for her sister (who is indeed arrested as the most likely suspect), Brian Stone.

Lena truly is the most likely suspect, and the evidence mounts against her, even as Stone becomes convinced of her innocence.

We see all three viewpoint characters develop as complex and sometimes ambiguous figures. Other characters, seen only through the eyes of these three, also become nuanced and layered.

Michelle Babb does an excellent job of narration as always, and Melinda Clayton kept me guessing till the end.

Highly recommended.

I received a free copy of this audiobook, and am reviewing it voluntarily.
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- Elisabeth Carey

A Woman Misunderstood

This was a fascinating look into the lives of all the members of a family.When some of them are found dead, one is blamed.Can they find who did it?Lena is blamed and is waiting to hear her fate from the jury.She isn't sure if she did it or not.She was drugged at the time.It is a twisted tale of love and hate.Michelle Babb is good at the narration.I was provided this book free by the author, narrator or publisher.
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- Deedra "I am a wee bit over the half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lo"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-01-2017
  • Publisher: Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC