Murder in Little Italy (Gaslight Mystery #8)
As a midwife working in the tenements of turn-of-the-century New York, Sarah Brandt has witnessed joy and misery, birth and death. Now Sarah suffers the heartbreak of losing a patient-but not from natural causes.
I do wish the author would give more than a perfunctory mention in the final chapter on Malloy's lackadaisical in...more
OK, I have to admit it: Sarah Brandt and the Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy are growing on me. I have gotten over expecting great detail and seamless narration; realistic emotional displays are obviously too much to ask for from our main characters-- I can deal with that. I can suspe...more
This novel shares many strengths with its predecessors, but it is...more
Sarah's concern is for the baby, as the next day, his Mother is found dead. Sarah calls for Frank Molloy, a Detective Sergeant to get the girl's body to the Coroner. Who kill...more
The conflicts between the Italians and the Irish in this story brought back memories of family stories told to me by my mother....more