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Lysette Percell is under investigation for the murder of her employer, Ms. Langley. Only she didn’t have anything to do with it, she just happened to be in the room when Ms. Langley dies. So who is setting her up to take the blame and be charged with murder?
Lysette is a believer in God and prays and she asks for guidance throughout the book. Especially when things get particular hard and the members of the Langley family are cruel and treat her unfairly and harshly.
Cedric Insly is an inspector for the Scotland Yard and has been called to take the case, gathering evidence to prove whether she is guilty or innocent. Cedric is a hard man only interested in the facts and he pushes Lysette a little more than he should. Cedric believes she is guilty but still wants to be near her.
Lysette is supposed to be trying to solve one murder, her mother’s while Cedric is trying to solve the case of who killed Ms. Langley. Ms. Langley’s family is cruel and mean to everyone including each other, with the exception of Banton.
Fading Crimson is a story full of mystery, intrigue, death and many secrets that will keep you spellbound until the very end. It took me a little while to figure out why the book is named Fading Crimson, but I realized it as I began writing this review. This is one book that can be read by about anyone regardless of their age. Yes this is an inspirational book so the romance is built slowly, as much as can be over seven days, but the romance is there. It is great to see the changes that come about because of Lysette’s belief in God.