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  • Solid Story

    In this, the 5th Maggie SullivanMystery. Maggie is hired to find an employee of an engineering firm who disappeared, and may have taken some very important calculations he was working on with him. Set in late 1941, Maggie Sullivan is a private investigator. It's an unusual field for women in her day, and even more unusual to be as successful as she is. During the story, we have the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the event that brought the U.S. into WWII. Ruth Meyers uses well-developed characters, some humor, and very solid storylines for her settings. Even though it's set in the late 30's to now the early 40's. While being a solid mystery, does not have the Noir feel to them of other stories set in this timeframe.

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