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  • Historical Mystery Thriller

    Death Brings a Shadow by Rosemary Simpson is a Historical Mystery Thriller Fiction set in the late 19th century. Within the first pages Ms. Simpson introduces scary components into her book. The bride is deeply in love but is uneasy about her new home. Is she being watched by someone with evil intent? The author brings interesting primitive religious practices and unusual events into her story which adds to the mystery. Each odd occurrence deepens the mystery of what is really happening. Disturbing relationships and the surprising actions of some of the characters make this an exceptional mystery to enjoy. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I appreciate the opportunity and thank the author and publisher for allowing me to read, enjoy and review this book. 5 Stars

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  • The best in the series so far!

    In this fourth installment of the adventures of Prudence and Geoffrey, they travel to an island off the Georgia coast to attend the wedding of Prudence's close friend Eleanor. When Eleanor goes missing and is found dead, Prudence and Geoffrey begin investigating. What they find are disturbing remnants of the "old South"; even though the Civil War has long ended, old traditions continue which allow for mistreatment of people of colour. What Prudence and Geoffey discover is shocking, particularly to Prudence who was raised in the north. This is a well crafted story which engages the reader from beginning to end. A great read.

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  • Try this!

    historical-fiction, historical-research, family-dynamics, friendship, murder, murder-investigation, prejudice, private-investigators, suspense It was supposed to be a wonderful time with a marriage between two people who were deeply in love. Prudence and her fellow investigator, Jeffrey, came down on the bride's family yacht from Manhattan to the barrier islands of the state of Georgia in the deep south where the groom and his family have a plantation home. But very soon the bride is found dead in the swamp and it really looks like foul play. But that is only the first murder. The others are long time residents and former slaves. Someone clearly thinks that the way to keep a secret hidden is to keep murdering. A riveting tale, and I plan to read others with these characters. I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you for the new to me author!

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