Falsely Accused of the Unthinkable

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An escaped prisoner encounters horrendous struggles – a traumatised woman over turns his life completely – will he ever prove his innocence or is he in fact guilty? Astonishing revelations are unveiled about who he is! Ironically, the injustices the pair suffer conclude in the same dramatic final twist!

 

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Glenis Kellet 20th May 2021

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Dare Rogers
5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping Nail Biter of a Mystery!
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2020
This is the second book that I’ve read by Author Glenis Kellet. The first book I read by her was The Village Narcissist. I was so intrigued by that book that I had to get my hands on another gem by this truly gifted writer.
I just loved how Falsely Accused of the Unthinkable started out. From page one I was drawn into the story of a man seeking justice. At first it seemed all the odds were against him, but he never gave up hope that he would be able to right the wrongs he’d been put through, and in the end to have a normal life again.
It was as if I was transported into the story, right next to the main character and walked beside him from beginning to end. I had no idea where the story began, or who the characters were—then, as I continued to read, the story began to materialize around me. Can you tell yet that I was hooked from the very first word?
The characters and their interactions with one another frequently and unexpectedly grabbed my emotions; taking me on a journey of which I won’t soon forget. I found myself fearing for the character’s safety at times and rejoicing in their triumphs at others.
Anyone who loves a great mystery will be hooked after the first page. Falsely Accused of the Unthinkable moves at a fast and gripping pace. Hold on to your seats and pray you don’t get a paper cut as you turn the pages.

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Glenis Kellet 20th May 2021

Grady HarpTop Contributor: Children’s Books
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5.0 out of 5 stars ‘I’m so grateful for your help, you have saved my life’ – mysterious curtain raiser!
Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2020
British author Glenis Kellet has life experiences in managing thoroughbred horses, diary and crop farming, creating (and marketing) a coarse fishery, dealing with the financial markets, and now returns to her childhood passion for writing. Her books to date – FAITH IN LOVE, THE VILLAGE NARCISSIST, and FALSELY ACCUSED OF THE UNTHINKABLE.

Experiencing the latest book by an author and then exploring earlier their earlier works provides a fine window into talent. THE VILLAGE NARCISSIST was a splendid introduction to Glenis’ ability to spin a fine mystery, and now reading an earlier work further proves that her talent is consistent. She manages to blend mystery with enough lighthearted humor to keep her story balanced.

This novel opens with a suspenseful introduction of her characters: “I pity anyone out in this weather. The blizzard looks like it’s set for the rest of the day!” Jean exclaimed to her elderly mother, Martha. The fire was aglow, keeping them both warm in their cozy lounge. The snow was blowing horizontally outdoors, hitting the single paned windows and piling up on the ledges. It was difficult to see outside. ‘Bang…bang…bang.’ Someone was frantically banging at the back door. “Whoever could that be?” Jean asked, hurrying to the door and opening it. “Good grief, what are you doing in weather like this Come in quickly, you’ll freeze to death outside.” The grey-haired woman grabbed the man’s arm and pulled him into the kitchen. “Sit yourself down, I’ll get some towels and blankets.” Jean hurried to gather the items….The man tried to smile, but his face was frozen. He was so grateful to her; he would have died outside if he had not found this remote place. His escape from prison had nearly cost him his life…’ A fine overture to this zesty mystery!

The plot is well paced and full of unexpected twists that encourage the reader to untangle. Respecting the suspense pleasure of reading, the plot line provided on the book’s back cover is merely hinted – ‘An escaped prisoner encounters horrendous struggles – a traumatized woman overturns his life completely – will he ever prove his innocence or is he in fact guilty: Astonishing revelations are unveiled about who he is!’

Written in a most engaging style, this fine novel by Glenis Kellet places her solidly in the arena of important contemporary authors. Very highly recommended. Grady Harp, September 20

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Glenis Kellet 20th May 2021

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5.0 out of 5 stars falsely accused, love and twists
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 9, 2020
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This is my second book by this author.The first one was a 5star and this one gets the same rating. The excitement and suspense could not put it down . I recommend both books to everyone.Will be waiting for the next book.
Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Her second book is again a winner
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 25, 2020
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Set in a rural area and London, this book will keep you guessing right to the very end. Many twists and turns. Just who has done it?

Bookshillstation
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved reading
Reviewed in India on March 6, 2021
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Falsely accused of the unthinkable by Glenis Kellet is an fictional novel with a interesting mix of murder mystery with a touch of romance. It is earnest and passionate but quite straightforwardly written .
One circle represents suspense, the other romance, and the overlap contains the intriguing world of romantic suspense, in which two seemingly disparate elements, danger and desire, are successfully merged into one irresistible story. I actually forgot that I was reviewing and just read for pure pleasure.
The best way to make sure that the reader cares is by creating strong characters that are real to the reader. All the characters felt so real, that i had my eyes on whats happening to them and about the suspenseful situations they encounter. Characters’ behaviour seemed reasonably plausible.
Suspense is a critical aspect of writing crime fiction. All the elements outlined in the novel helped to increase suspense over the course and making it more and more interesting to read .
Unlike great mystery, this book invites the readers to try to solve the crime, and a great opening is critical to piquing our interest.
The ending is slightly unexpected but perfectly reasoned and inevitable, going a long way to restore the reader’s faith in human nature and family ties. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it. LoveReading

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Glenis Kellet 20th May 2021

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Glenis Kellet 20th May 2021

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