Marge Brock is a divorced mother of three teenagers trying to make a living in Boston as a researcher. When an author hires her to research unsolved murders, she is grateful for the assignment. However, as she gathers information about a series of unsolved murders in Great Britain and in Boston, she begins to wonder whether one of the members of the circle of friends that she had in Great Britain, and now has in Boston, might be the killer. Her suspicions only increase as she begins to notice that she is being followed, and her apartment is broken into and ransacked. Can she find out who the killer is before she becomes a victim herself?
A charming, realistic tale of a divorcee caught in a web of murder.
Taylor lifts this mystery above the ordinary by her ability to draw the reader into the lives of characters convincingly human, especially Marge Brock and her likeable children.
A different sort of heroine . . . Marge herself is an original, and her milieu is lively and realistic.
A pleasant, enjoyable mystery, extremely readable because it could happen to you or your neighbors.
Midwest Book Review
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