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    Intriguing, Empathetic and Thought-Provoking.

    "All Jed had was his engaging, honourable personality. He hoped that would be enough." And it is definitely more than enough. Emily Gallo's "Murder at the Columbarium" has an intriguing plot, one that is layered in the background of many important and relevant subjects of modern society that is centred around race, sexuality, political beliefs and drugs. This book is an absolute page-turner even with a very clear and direct writing style. Apart from the main plot, the book is guided by empathy, kindness and the principle of making the best use of what one has got. I absolutely enjoyed the diversity and inclusivity present in this book through memorable characters such as Malcolm, Savali, Juniper, Dutch, Homer and of course Uncle Tony. The love and partnership between Jed and Monica Gibbons is so realistic and beautiful. The parallels between SFPD and the FBI was note worthy and this book is definitely thought-provoking and engaging. A thank you to VoraciousReadersOnly for providing a free review copy of this book via the author.

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