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the night air. He has also figured out whose knife was on the f loor and how the antenna wire was connected to the crime. There’s no way I will spill the beans on the big finale. Read the book or miss a huge treat. If you enjoy the book as much as your reviewer did, you’ll want to read Reisinger’s previous two books in the series: Death of a Flapper and Death on a Golden Isle, both also available on Ebook. Mark me down as a super-fan of the author. I predict that every lover of an exciting tale told well will agree.

beloved is genuine. Now Allison can wrap up her magazine piece and concentrate on Max’s need for a partner. Count on Reisinger to make her role a scary one befitting the scale of the murder, which is now two murders. Thanks to Houdini, Ma x now knows how a large boat loaded with prime booze can seem to vanish into

Anne Stinson began her career in the 1950s as a free lance for the now defunct Baltimore NewsAmerican, then later for Chesapeake Publishing, the Baltimore Sun and Maryland Public Television’s panel show, Maryland Newsrap. Now in her ninth decade, she still writes a monthly book review for Tidewater Times.

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