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Saturday, December 31, 2011

NEW REVIEW: Tracy Brown - Aftermath

Tracy Brown
Aftermath
Available Now!
4 out of 5 books


Misa has confessed to murdering Steven Bingham, her sister Camille's brother-in-law, for abusing her son. Meanwhile, Camille's husband, Frankie, is out for revenge against Misa for the murder of his brother. But Frankie has other issues when Camille announces to him and his mistress that she's pregnant. Misa and Camille's friends, Dominique and Toya, are back with their own set of problems. Dominique's daughter is suddenly missing, and someone from Toya's past comes back into her life that she's not prepared for.

Aftermath is a decent sequel to Snapped by Tracy Brown. This book picks right back up where the prior book leaves off. All of the beloved and hated characters are back, and they're still trying to solve their issues. The majority of the storyline was dominated by Misa's trial, while the other characters' stories seem to be almost secondary. Camille was acting so clueless in this book sometimes that you wish that you could just slap some sense into her. All in all, Aftermath was a fitting conclusion to this story.

Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews

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