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Murder at Bridge by Anne Austin
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Jun 16, 2011

really liked it

You'll need a pad of paper and a pencil to take notes during the reading. Its a complex who-dunnit and there are plenty of suspects and plenty of alternate solutions. Its the story of a double murder at a house during a party. Both victims killed at different times but the same people are present during both murders. Mosts of the book takes place in and around the scene of the crime so there is a lot of dialogue. It takes place in 1931 and although the book does give some flavor of the times but its pretty much dealing with the crime. The protaganist, John 'Bonnie' Dundee, is an investigator for the local district attorney and is in love with one of the suspects so he, more or less, ignores any indications of her guilt. But, despite that lapse, Murder at Bridge is a very good who-dunnit with a very satisfying finish.
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