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    One murder leads to another...

    This book hooked me from page 3. Intelligently written, it is not too sappy or over the top in its descriptions, and is full of engaging characters. With more than one murder, this story has more twists and turns than a switchback, making it intriguing and entertaining. Just when you think you have it figured out, the author gives you hints about a new suspect. The Hanged Man's Noose is a great read and I gave it a well-deserved 5 stars.
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    A cozy type mystery with some meat on its bones.

    There are always people who are against any kind of change, no matter how big or small and it is common for small town folk to be leery of big city companies moving in. Growing animosity opens the flood gates for all kinds of trouble and with that brings inspiration for a creative story. One thing I have noticed in other mysteries is the lack of backstory or history of its characters and setting. This is definitely not the case in the Hanged Man’s Noose. In fact the past is a very integral part of the mystery. I was very impressed by the attention to detail the author gave to the story. I admit that I became a bit confused as to which character was which, especially in the example of the secondary characters. I think that I would benefit from re-reading this book so that I can pay more attention to these individuals. Emily’s career as a freelance investigative journalist made for a believable sleuth and Arabella’s keen interest in history made them a great team. The Hanged Man’s Noose was an enjoyable novel and I look forward reading more by Judy Penz Sheluk in the future. I would recommend this book to those who enjoy cozy mysteries with a little more meat to its story. I received a copy of The Hanged Man’s Noose from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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