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ANGEL'S VERDICT
by Mary Stanton

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

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The latest Beaufort and Co. mystery is sure to please series fans and newcomers alike. Stanton has penned a tale that will keep the reader’s interest to the very end and even experienced mystery readers will say, “Didn’t see that coming!” at critical points. Larger-than-life characters — human and temporal — infuse the story with humor and empathy.

When Bree is hired by octogenarian actress Justine Coville to make changes in her will, she has no idea of the chaos that is about to be unleashed. Justine is currently appearing in a film being shot down the street about one of Savannah’s most infamous murders, and there have been all sorts of mishaps and problems with the shoot. Not even Bree’s new spectral sidekick William Dent can keep her from almost being killed as she tries to find out whodunit now — and in the past. (PRIME CRIME, Feb., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Rhomylly Forbes

Publisher: PRIME CRIME

Published: February 2011

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