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    Intriguing Murder Mystery

    Bryant's Gap is an intriguing murder mystery with much stronger character development than you see in many of today's bestsellers. It harkens back to a time when people took the time to really get to know each other and build close relationships. There are also fun references to popular radio shows of the time period - who doesn't love a good Lone Ranger reference? Meticulously researched, Bryant's Gap is chock full of Chicago area history, beautiful descriptions of the surrounding countryside and fictionalized versions of stories based on actual events in the past. See the photo below? This photo is the real deal, but there is a story told in Bryant's Gap that is inspired by the true story behind this photo and it helps add character and shape part of the narrative. You can't tell me you don't want to know the story behind this Thoroughbred racehorse in a bar! I was as enchanted with the characters as I was engrossed in the unfolding murder mystery. The investigation had plenty of twists and turns, resulting in a tough moral dilemma for Bert and Grady. If ever there was a "feel good murder mystery", then this is it! You'll find yourself smiling throughout the story as you get to know Bert and Grady and their supporting cast, but also hanging on every twist in the murder investigation. A perfect blend of murder, Chicago mob history and likeable characters will make Bryant's Gap one of your favorite reads of the summer! This review was first published at Lazy Day Books.

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