When Joe Grace left his hometown to
attain his law degree he thought he was living a bigger,
better life. But when a past friend and the only man he has
ever loved is accused of murder, Joe cannot get to him quick
Israel Jones is accused of murdering
the kid identified as killing his son, Teddy, for revenge.
He did not commit the heinous crime they are accusing him
of, but he has no way to prove it until Joe shows up—someone
he thought to never see again. In poking around for answers,
they happen onto some information that brings some heat.
Still, Life is an
incredibly detailed story of two men separated by time who
come together like time stood still. While they are
relearning what they have missed in the last eighteen years
of each others lives they believe in one another completely
as they work together to piece together Teddy’s death and
that of his killer. Still, Life had the unique
content to pull at my heartstrings and inch me to the edge
of my chair as I watched the men become closer and deal with
If you love a good mystery, some great tension as love
renews itself, and a few story twists you will love
Still, Life as much as I did.