Thursday, October 16, 2014

Review: Death at the Door by Carolyn Hart



A beloved local doctor is found dead. At first glance it looks to be suicide but when a local artist arrested for the murder of his wife. Then Annie begins to think the murders are related. Soon a third murder happens and this time Annie doesn't have to convince anyone that the cases are related.
With a lot of help from the colorful locals and one very good reporter everyone on the island wants these crimes and the murderer put to rest.

There are many suspects, several clues, one fire. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words and so is one look.
The trouble is trying to sort through the lies and white lies to the truth.

Once again Carolyn Hart has kept us guessing with layers characters and a plot with wide brush strokes.

Pamela James I give this one ********stars out of ten.

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