Three Graves Full by Jamie Mason
This is a murder mystery that plays out for the reader in a very intense and vivid way. Most of it is filled with twists and turns that leave the reader satisfied in the basic story. The fleshing out, on page, of the characters, and just what is ultimately the conclusion; which I had no idea, where it was going to end. When it finished, I was smirking and thinking, this was a fun read, with a very graphic approach to murder and a scheming style of cover-up, and most of all lies.
I think the book works best when going into it with an open mind and a reality that its simple fiction, yet comes together as what you would see on a crime show. The plot reminded me of all the old 50's or 60's murder mysteries. You have three bodies, one homeowner, a murderer, cover-up of crimes and a situation that plays out like an Alfred Hitchcock plot. That's basically what I felt like I was reading, a script to an old whodunit style film.