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Another intriguing mystery for the dreamslippers
on December 15, 2015
Another mystery, or two or three, as they keep unfolding like the fractals in the artwork of the murdered painter. I like that the dreamslipping, which is an interesting added element, doesn't replace the need for good, solid, sometimes tedious detective work. The pacing is excellent, maintaining a high level of interest. The characters, also, come across as well-rounded very real people who become personally involved in their work. Brunette does an excellent job of laying down clues in enticing tid-bits, complete with red herrings and dead ends (or at least side issues). She offers enough hints that later revelations will be believable, yet doesn't give much away as the story unfolds.