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    Enjoyable historical cozy

    Photographer "Biz" Adams is assigned o reporter Ralph Kaminsky. It is 1939 and NYC is home to the World's Fair. When a young woman is murdered at the fair, Biz finds herself investigating alone when Kaminsky ends up in hospital. Elizabeth's quick thinking helps her friend Det. Marino catch the killer. A fast-paced historical cozy mystery set in 1939 that highlights the upcoming technology we take from granted now. I volunteered to read an ARC through Net Galley.
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    Great read!

    World's Fair, NYC, murder investigation, murder, newspapers, reporter I thought it was great! A woman with brains who isn't afraid to use them and discovers her calling along the way. Biz was born into an upper class family but that's just not a good fit for her. She's been the camera person for an experienced newsman and they're on the crime beat. On the grounds of the 1939 World's Fair, the first body is in the show swimming pool and the sleuthing begins. There are other bodies that don't appear tied to the original at first, an interesting police detective, red herrings, and plot twists. Don't miss this one! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Random House Publishing Group - Alibi via NetGalley. Thank you!
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