Three Graves Full
By Jamie Mason
We all make mistakes. Who doesn't have a few skeletons in the closet, or maybe a body buried in the yard? Jason has been living with a body in his backyard for over a year, but he's finally trying to get past all that. When he hires a landscaping company to spruce up the place he leaves specific instructions for them to stay in front of the house. There's no reason to take chances. Unfortunately, the landscapers do find a body. When the police show up they find one more, making two bodies in total. But they still haven't found the body Jason put there. How many bodies are there in Jason's yard? And when will the police find the one he's responsible for?
This is a tense ride through the mind of an accidental killer. As a reader you must decide if you'll feel sorry for Jason, or if you'll root for the police to find that third grave. Of course, murder is a crime. "But," as Mason writes in the book, "even the law resides in that sloping space between truth and lies ... The law also marks, in shades of gray, the difference between reasons and excuses."
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Review by Danny Hanbery