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Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart

Updated on October 5, 2015

Disclaimer

I was sent a free copy of Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart.

Source

A. H. Gabhart

A. H. Gabhart is a writer name used by Ann H. Gabhart. Ann H. Gabhart is a best selling author of many books including, but not limited to:

  1. Angel Sister
  2. Small Town Girl
  3. Love Comes Home
  4. Shaker novels
  5. The Outsider
  6. The Believer
  7. The Innocent.

Ann H. Gabhart spent her childhood in a small town in Outer Bluegrass Kentucky similar to Hidden Springs. However unlike Hidden Springs Ann H. Gabhart never had anyone murdered in her small hometown, not one. Ann H. Gabhart lives with her husband on a famr in the same town she spent her childhood in.

Review

As I wrote at the very top of this hub in the disclaimer "I was sent a free copy of Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart in exchange only for my honest and unbiased review of Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart."

I am a fan of murder mysteries and I love the old the detective moves to such and such places to have a slower career and then BAM murder and because of his experience he is the go to cop who get pulled back into the fast life.

Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart begins with a title page, a dedication, and then page one of chapter one; there is no table of contents or chapter names. I enjoyed reading Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart it was a bit slow to start and did not really speed up until halfway through. In comparison to most murder mystery book it was rather tame, not much in the way of gore. I liked that this was a murder mystery without become a horror book.

Michael was my favorite character in Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart because he had the most personality out of any of the characters. He was a character that I could feel myself understanding and sympathizing with. I found that most of the other characters like Lester were underdeveloped I would have liked to learn a bit more about them.

If I had to relate Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart to a TV show I would say it reminded me of the premise of the TV show Glades that takes place in Florida. Both main characters are male cops who move to have a slower career so they can enjoy life, but they get pulled back into murder cases very quickly.

I would recommend Murder at the Courthouse By A.H. Gabhart to anyone looking for a murder mystery that does not have much in the way of gore. This is a pretty tame murder mystery with some good twist and turns along the way. The lack of gore would make this book perfect for teens and young adults in fact I could also see this being a great book to do a school reading project on because there are different angles to, it's tame, but not too boring.

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