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  • A good read, I recommended it.

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Interesting characters, good plot that keeps you guessing. The tarot cards angle is very informative and interesting. Loved it.

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  • Ominous, atmospheric, and darkly mysterious!

    The Death of Mrs. Westaway is a gothic, character-driven thriller that takes us into the life of Hal, a young woman recently orphaned and struggling to make ends meet as a tarot reader when she receives an unexpected bequest that will unearth tragic memories, powerful emotions, and long-buried skeletons that will change more than one life forever. The writing is polished and taut. The characterization is well done with a cast of characters that are complex, troubled, and resourceful. The setting, Trepassen House, is a character itself with its dereliction, isolation, abundance of magpies, and multitude of secrets. And the plot is well crafted and builds subtly to create tension and suspicion as it unravels all the deceptions, lies, personalities, and relationships within it. Overall, The Death of Mrs. Westaway is another gripping, eerie, intelligent page-turner by Ware with a classical crime style that is guaranteed to mystify, surprise, and keep you guessing until the very last page.

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  • Excellent

    Excellent! Doesn't disappoint; like the twists; keeps you guessing

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  • Intriguing twists

    I read part of this book while visiting cousins and staying in their third floor attic room. That lent it self very well to being part of the book while reading it. Not a predictable tale and the heroine is sympathetic - you want her to be "okay".

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  • Riveting ride

    Excellent book that keeps you engaged in the characters and the mystery

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