Review: Shadow of a Lady

Shadow of a Lady Shadow of a Lady by Holly Roth
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Though it is billed as the first D-I Medford mystery, it is not his acumen that leads to the solution. An engaging mystery where the identity of the murderer suddenly strikes one. Actually 3 and a half stars.

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First Line: Laura Selby suddenly applied her brakes, and then added the hand brake for good measure.

Source: Open Library

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