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Ladies of the Middletown Valley Social Club
by Jim Garrison Publish America

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

A keeper! A mystery with all the elements to keep you reading and then some. Lots of action, lots of mystery, lots of bones and bodies--lots of everything you want in a story to grab your attention and hold it. A compelling read right from the beginning. Two young people are murdered and the murders are never resolved. As time passes, life goes on and things change. The maturing daughters of the original Ladies of the Valley Social Club have inherited the mantles of membership from their aging mothers. Several fascinating tales are woven into the whole, each very different from the other. Each woman has a different story to tell, each involving the others, each with a different ending. Things aren't what they seem, secrets lurk behind the eyes of friends. Talented author Jim Garrison has used his creative ability to give the mystery reader something different in the mystery genre by blending in the flavor of Psycho to the story. Look for the teasers that foretell a sequel by this imaginative author. I think you'll enjoy it as much as I did. Recommended as an enjoyable read.

 

 
 

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