Broken Grace by E.C. Diskin

Broken Grace by E.C. Diskin

Broken Grace by E.C. Diskin

Color Me Impressed

Broken Grace opens with the main character, Grace, racing away from something that has her terrified. She views another car behind her in her rear-view mirror just before losing control on an icy road and crashing. She wakes up in the hospital with no memory of her past. She is soon informed that her boyfriend was killed the morning of her crash, and detectives are working to find out who is behind the murder. Could it be Grace? Could it be a robbery gone wrong?

I would love to read more thrillers like this. Grace is a likable character and you really feel for her as she tries to piece her memories back together as she encounters people from her past. The detectives investigating the case are clichés but it seems like that is always the case, but the cast of characters overall are well developed and believable. The only person I don’t like is her sister she has creepy written all over her from the first time the reader meets her.

The action moves along at a steady pace. This is not an edge of your seat thriller, but the story stays on task at all times so I never lost interest in the story at all. The author did a good job of creating characters with just enough reason to want Grace’s boyfriend dead to keep the reader guessing all the way through the story. I love sitting and thinking who did what and guessing who did what crime in the story.  Just as I suspected the story was wrapping itself up, the twists came that I didn’t expect. The ending took a 3.5-star book and made it 4 stars! Excellent story! I will for sure be looking for more books by this author I am always on the hunt for new thrillers.

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Broken Grace by E.C. Diskin

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