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A Good Year for a Corpse (Susan Henshaw #7)
Mr. Horace Harvey had mounds of money he wanted to give away. But the giving was over the day he was found dead with a wad of bills stuffed in his mouth, and a money belt wrapped around his neck. Despite a home life that is not exactly calm, Susan Henshaw has the time to conclude that the prime murder suspect is innocent, but that observation only leads her to more questio ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 250 pages
Published March 2nd 1994 by Fawcett
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This is one of the better books in the series, and it reminded me of why I enjoyed reading this series to begin with. Susan gets away from her wimpy behavior in this book and takes charge of investigating this case. With several possible suspects and plenty of motive to go around, this makes for a solidly good mystery. Plenty of small town charm as well.
The acronyms are a little annoying, and Kathleen as a gardening activist made me have more difficulty getting into this one. I well may be that it is because I have read too many of her books in a short time. I really like Valerie Wolzien so I hope it is just my mood while reading this book.
Valerie Wolzien is the author of the Susan Henshaw suburban mysteries and the Josie Pigeon seashore mysteries. Ms. Wolzien lives in an old house overlooking the Hudson River. She loves to hear from readers and can be reached online at firstname.lastname@example.org.More about Valerie Wolzien...
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