Jocelyn Branham Earnest was found dead on the floor of her living room in Forest, Virginia. By her side was a gun and a suicide note-typed, lacking a signature, and with one fingerprint on it. A fingerprint apparently belonging to Jocelyn's estranged husband.Wesley Earnest was a respected high school administrator, poised to restart his life in a new community. Parents entrusted their children to his care and believed he was above reproach. But the investigation into the life the couple once shared would reveal adultery, troubled finances, and shattered dreams - enough for one man with murder on his mind to travel hundreds of miles.
©2014 Diane Fanning (P)2014 Tantor
I would not listen to it again but it was written wonderfully. Diane Fanning really delivers with this book. Nice to hear something from the Virginia area. An easy listen. Enjoyed hearing about the characters in detail - so you can relate and feel them coming alive. Like looking through a window watching it unfold.
I would guess the Commonwealth for their dedication in bringing justice for Jocelyn.
This is my first experience with this narrator. He does a great job. Sometimes it's a bit much trying for the southern drawl. Much of his work during this book was more story telling than reading a script.
Would like to hear more stories from the Virginia area / south. So many are in Texas or in Washington state.
Why ever would I do that?
No, but in fairness I should say he is not as awful as his predecessors.
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