Life Support

‘Life Support’ by Robert Whitlow is an incredibly amazing thriller and i find that the book is hard to put down. I couldn’t really grasps on the storyline in the beginning as it was rather confusing, but I began to enjoy the book after chapter two.

It’s been some time since I read a thriller with unexpected twist, and I’m glad that I’ve been given a chance to review ‘Life Support’ by Robert Whitlow. The book is definitely a keeper.

I highly recommend this book to all mystery and thriller lovers. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars, I received an ARC of this book from Thomas Nelson Publisher and I was not compensated in any ways for writing this book.


Book description:

Alexia Lindale knows her new case is a matter of life and death. She doesn’t have a clue what it will do to her heart…and soul.

From the Christy-award-winning author of The List, The Trial, and The Sacrifice comes this twisting tale of tough decisions, mixed motives, and mysterious, healing grace.

Baxter Richardson survived a fall from a cliff while hiding in the mountains. Whether he’ll make it through the next few weeks is unclear. His survival depends on the machines that help him breathe. On the haunted, unstable wife who wants to pull the plug and hide her secrets. On the doting father who wants him alive for reasons of love and money. On the conflicting legal documents that send the fight to court. And, on the music and prayers of an extraordinarily gifted pianist.


    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… Eugene… actually I oso did not buy new books. In fact, I hardly buy new books. I get them for free. You also can get it for free, but in return, you got to review them on your blog. You might want to check out this site: register there, and they will send you a book of your choice, no catch. Alot nice books wan.

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