Book Review: Dust of lies by gk davenport

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I enjoyed the book. It’s an excellent little mystery read. It’s about Kay, a reporter who is looking for the story of the year. She was going to cover the story of an old jail building that was about to be knocked done, the last piece of history.

“Here, I hang. With my face to the wall. Ora Price was the cause of it all.”

She finds a piece of a wall with words written by a prisoner, Ezra Hacker, who died while incarcerated. It was a poem that touched her, and she found herself wanting to know more about this man and his history.

The poem is where the story begins. Kay is determined to figure out Ora, the prisoner’s wife, and what causes Ezra to abandon all responsibility. Her mother-in-law encouraged her to dive deeper and discover the truth.

Dust of Lies is an excellent look into the past and the secrets waiting to be exposed. This book kept me wanting more, and I couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend this book, especially if you love a good mystery.

G.K. Davenport
G.K. Davenport

Debut author G.K. Davenport is a member of the Oklahoma Writer’s Federation, Inc. (OWFI). Her manuscript won second place in her category at the OWFI Conference. She holds a degree in Chemistry from Oklahoma State University as well as a degree in Accounting from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She is currently employed as a Chief Financial Officer of an automotive dealership and resides with her family in northwest Oklahoma.

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