Love and Forensics Treats Readers With a Tale of Romance, Murder and Mystery
Federal Way, Wash. (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
A murder mystery, human trafficking, and corruption, these are the backdrop of author Charles Curtis new book, a unique love story that will treat readers with a testament of the unbreakable bond between husband and wife, depicting how a woman will go to the ends of the earth to exonerate her husband. Love and Forensics blends the romance and crime thriller genre, to produce an unorthodox tale that portrays a womans quest for justice, with love, dedication and science as her only allies.
When Chris Sutton is framed and imprisoned for a murder he did not commit, it is up to Terri Sutton, the love of his life to find out the truth to help free him. Terri embarks on this world-wide trip but what she does not know is how far this journey would take her and the strange adventures that would await her. In the course of her investigation, she discovers that forensic evidence has been manipulated to imprison her innocent husband at the behest of corrupt powers involved in human trafficking and slavery. It is up to her to rectify this terrible miscarriage of justice, as readers will see as Terri undaunted by the odds stacked against her continues to fight for her husbands freedom, with the belief in love and the science of forensics with her in her search for the truth.
Love and Forensics is a touching tale, with its depiction of the unbreakable bond of love between Chris and Terri, and engaging for its exploration of the criminal underworld and a corrupted justice system. Curtis novel will certainly appeal to aficionados of both romance and crime thriller genres, and casual readers seeking a page turner infused with an original plot and compelling characters.
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About the Author
Charles Curtis was born and raised in north central North Dakota. After high school, he joined the military, serving in the Army over in Germany. Upon his honorable discharge, he moved to the Seattle area where he would meet his future wife. They have three children, one grandson, and one bad cat. Currently, he works for the Bellevue High School. In his off time, Curtis enjoys traveling and is a seasoned cruiser. He is a voracious reader of all types of books and is a fan of true survivor stories.
Love and Forensics * by Charles Curtis
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Publication Date: August 22, 2013
Trade Paperback; $ 19.99; 292 pages; 978-1-4836-6717-1
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