by Geraldine Evans Severn House
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0727861565
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Attention mystery fans! Di Joseph Rafferty is back with a new mystery. The murder of an old woman in a building that is supposed to be safe brings out all kinds of motives, but is one of them strong enough for murder? Rafferty's new case is filled with strange complications and even stranger characters who try to confound him with lies. At the same time, his lover tells him he might be a father. Then she disappears. Rafferty must thrust aside his complicated emotions and guilts and concentrate on the job, something not easily done with his female relatives prying into his private life. A combination of intriguing subplots that merge into a fun read by talented Geraldine Evans who has created a cast of characters, some not so nice, but you'll enjoy meeting them as they try to keep Rafferty from learning their secrets and possible motives for murder. Recommended as a real whodunnit you'll be glad you read. Enjoy.