The Jurors Who Knew Too Much by Gail Farrelly

The Jurors Who Knew Too Much by Gail Farrelly
Publisher: Untreed Reads
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short Story (9 pgs)
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Stephanotis

Sixty-somethings Lorna and Ike are jurors in a murder trial. They soon find they like each other and begin hanging out together in the courthouse. When they realize they may have some inside information on the crime the defendant is accused of committing, they’re suddenly faced with a difficult choice of what to do – and that decision could make for some serious trouble for everyone involved.

If you’re looking for a quick, fun mystery, The Jurors Who Knew Too Much is a good bet.

Despite its short length it packs in a lot of story. And although the author might have used some coincidences to get the story into first gear, I think you can easily overlook them because it’s enjoyable read. Sort of amateur sleuth meets courtroom drama. Plus, there’s a budding romance in the mix too. While the ending might have the two main characters in hot water, legally it nevertheless was the perfect conclusion to this whodunit.


  1. Thank you for reviewing my story. I’m glad you enjoyed it. I plan on doing another Ike and Lorna story. I like them too much to let go!

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