|Reviews for Above Suspicion|
| Da Furr 6/21/10 . chapter 1
I like how you showed Marston's guilty moment- the boyish excitement of driving fast turned to callous devaluing of human life.
| Da Furr 6/21/10 . chapter 4
Nice style of flashing back to each party's guilty memories as well as showing the feeling of their death. Morbid, but well done. :) I'd love to see more of these!
| Jane Poirot 8/25/09 . chapter 4
I figured Mrs. Rogers' death was the most peaceful and least painful of all of them. For that, I am glad, because a part of me agrees with the judge's statement in his letter-that she was indeed bullied into it.
| Jane Poirot 8/24/09 . chapter 3
Seeing as how you and I are practically the only people on this part of the site nowadays, I shall review: I like it so far. It's very, very interesting. The part about poor little Lucy actually got to me, especially how she bonded with her mother-little does her mother know it will be their last bonding moment. :-(
I'm looking forward to your updates in the future; I'm especially curious as to how you're going to do Mrs. Rogers, seeing as she simply went to sleep and never woke up.