I received a copy of Framed to Death by Christina Freeburn from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Eden has turned into a hotspot of crime, and Faith finds herself smack dab in the middle of the flare-up. When a favor for a friend links Faith to the synthetic marijuana problem invading her town, no good deed goes unpunished becomes the title of her life. The town accuses the police of favoritism toward her, putting a strain between Faith and Ted, and a new officer is determined to prove Faith’s guilt.
When the criminal is outed, Faith’s relief is short-lived. A fire takes out the store—along with the suspected dealer—and she’s now number one on an officer’s suspect list. Faith sets out to prove her own innocence, and her digging sparks the truth to life. Instead of the truth setting the town free, Faith finds out it might destroy Eden, the friends she holds dear, and smother out her own life.
A good read. Faith has become a magnet for trouble. In Eden there seems to be a synthetic marijuana problem and Faith finds herself right in the middle of it all. Can she keep herself out of trouble long enough to figure out who's setting all the businesses on fire before her Grandmother's business is next?