Title: Emergency Case
Author: Richard L. Mabry
Narrator: Bill Nevitt
Killer or target?
Dr. Kelly Irving knew her husband, attorney Jack Harbaugh, was acting strangely but figured they’d get through it. When she backed out of her garage that morning, she thought her car hit a bump. Instead, its progress was stopped by the body of a man her husband recently represented. Not only that, the dead man had been shot by her husband’s gun.
The police who investigated made it clear that Jack was a primary suspect. Kelly couldn’t decide if Jack was a murderer or marked as the next victim. As things continued to escalate, they were forced to put their marital differences aside and concentrate on keeping Jack alive while discovering who was behind the whole thing.
Great mystery suspense with lots of questions around every corner. What starts as a normal day for Kelly and her husband quickly turns into a variable who done it as she tries to figure out if her husband is responsible for the dead body in her driveway or not.
Bill Nevitt is a good narrator and has the perfect pacing for this short tale.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.