Today’s team review is from Anita, she blogs here https://jenanita01.wordpress.com
Anita has been reading Murder Undone by Robin Storey
Wealthy couple Eva and Charlie Dennehy had it all and on the surface, they seemed very happy. But deep down, Eva was tortured by Charles’ addiction to other women.
Rather than suffer the agony of him leaving her, she kills him, managing to make it look like a heart attack. She moves on, remarries, but cannot forget her love for Charlie.
Given the chance to go back and change the past, she finds her life worse than before. History had repeated itself and then some.
An unusual story, mixing an element of time travel into a murder romance, altogether fascinating in its complexity. The mix is well balanced, making it an interesting read about love, guilt and redemption.
I loved the main character, Eva Dennehy, she was so real and someone you could identify with. Someone who is totally believable, even with her flaws.
I didn’t enjoy the depravity and squalor she finds herself involved with, but that was handled with a certain amount of sensitivity.
All in all, this story is deliciously dark and psychologically riveting, just the way I like them!
A husband murdered. Twenty years of guilt. A chance to undo her crime.
Wealthy socialite Eva Dennehy murdered her first husband Charlie because he was planning to leave her for his mistress. Even her marriage to kind-hearted Edgar can’t blot out her remorse or fill the gap Charlie has left in her life.
When Eva is offered the opportunity to travel back in time and undo her crime as penance, she accepts – what does she have to lose? Back in her old life with Charlie, her passion for him surpassed only by her torment at his infidelity, she is more determined than ever to prevent him from leaving her.
But Eva discovers a sinister side to Charlie she never knew before, and her plan plunges her into a world of crime and depravity. She soon realizes she has even more to lose this time around.
If you love complex, flawed characters, simmering tension and suspense with a twist of noir, you’ll love Robin Storey’s novel of jealousy and betrayal.