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Rett Macpherson is a talented story teller. Her characters are unique and well developed. The mystery kept me entertained and puzzling to the very end.Published 5 months ago by Patti A. Sandberg-lacy
Torie is an amateur detective in the classic sense. She rushes in where Angels fear to tread. She see a murder where no one else does. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
A good mystery with likable characters. New Kessel sounds like a fun town to visit. I for one am glad there are more books in the series, so I can read more about Torie and her... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Anne Palmer Martin
Rett is one of the most imaginative writers that I have come across in a long time. A little history, lots of genealogy, and an interesting mystery. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Karen S. Lebeter
Love all of Rett MacPherson's books. They're all very good and this is the last one I had to read in the series. Wish there were more! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sherlock
Very good series, if interested in genealogy, this cozy mystery series is for you. Small town genealogist Tori O'Shea juggles family life with her work at the local historical... Read morePublished on October 14, 2013 by Mitci 920
This wasn't my favorite Rett MacPherson book. Wasn't terrible, but nothing special about it either. I'm still a fan though.Published on December 13, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This is the second book in the Torie O'Shea series, and I'm not sure what I think of it yet. It is definitely a cozy series, and I like the genealogy and history links. Read morePublished on March 12, 2010 by Shirley Schwartz