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Murder at Midnight by Marshall Cook
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Mar 05, 2012

really liked it
Read from February 06 to 25, 2012

The charm of the author exudes from these pages, and his ability to keep you turning the pages makes this a satisfying read for any mystery lover. His descriptions of the locale, too, make you feel like you live there with them. When a popular priest turns up dead, a local journalist finds herself entangled in the mysteries of the town to solve the murder. The trick is to look in the right corners. Sometimes what appear to be clues aren't clues at all. The ending was a surprise! The novel leaves you with some unanswered questions, but isn't that the job of a good novelist--to keep you thinking afterward? If this author could get his novels just a little more depth, I think he'd rank right up there with Agatha Christie, and I, for one, hope he keeps writing.

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