Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Review - A Veiled Deception by Annette Blair

Maddie Cutler goes home to CT for her sister's impending wedding.  But at a party in their family home, a woman is murdered.  And her baby sister is the suspect.  Then she finds another talent she has besides fashion design - sometimes the vintage clothes talk to her.  And visions of the past, along with support of family and friends, she learns the keys to the crime lay in the past.  Very fun read, with loads of great fashion quotes and descriptions.  Then there are the interesting and fun characters.  I loved this book and look forward to more in the series

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