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Deed to Death by D.B. Henson
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“Deed to Death” by D.B Henson, published by Touchstone Books.

Category – Mystery/Thriller

Toni Matthews is a successful real estate agent, and instead of being married this week-end, she is attending her fiancé’s funeral

Scott Chadwick is successful architect and is found dead on one of his construction sites. The death is ruled a suicide.

Toni does not believe this and tries to convince everyone that Scott was murdered; unfortunately not even the police feel the need to open an investigation.

Toni decides that she will conduct her own investigation and gets in way over her head. She is confronted by Scott’s younger brother Brian who is filing suit against her for Scott’s possessions. She is trying to locate a worker by the name of Nico who was at the construction site the day of Scott’s death. She also is looking for a young woman by the name of Gloria who purports to be Scott’s lover and has told the police that Scott was in financial trouble and talked about committing suicide.

A slick mystery that will keep the reader interested and wondering who and what will happen next. There is no end to the people that Toni trusts and then finds out that trust may have been misplaced. She must also overcome several attempts on her life.

A book that really will appeal to the reader who wants a “soft” mystery that does not have a lot of violence in it.


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