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This review is from: The Craigslist Murders: A Novel (Melville International Crime) (Paperback)
Just when one thinks the decadence of rich Manhattanites is impossible to satirize, here comes Brenda Cullerton who makes it look as easy as falling off a log. Finally, a crime novel set in the decorating and antiques business that's vicious, credible and perverted and not one of those cloying cozies.
I'm not sure about the series possibilities of the protagonist, Charlotte Wolfe, and I began to miss her as the last chapter ended, but more novels from Ms. Cullerton, please. I think the only other credible and enjoyable writer on the 10021 zip code is the poet, Frederick Seidel.