- File Size: 847 KB
- Print Length: 242 pages
- Publisher: Post Mortem Press (June 23, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 23, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YVAF62M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,366,403 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mistaken Identity: A Malone Mystery (The Malone Mysteries Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Ann and Marnie, helped by a neighbor who knows everything about everybody, join forces to hunt down the killer and seek justice.
Mistaken Identity is my first Marnie Malone mystery, but it won’t be my last! Appealing characters and the South Carolina setting make for an enjoyable tale, enhanced by tidbits of local history.
Although the Malone Mysteries are classified as "cozies," they inhabit a bit of the thriller genre. The author isn't afraid to add an extra dimension of fear; the reader responds appropriately. On the other hand, there's plenty of cozy attributes as well, especially in the realistic warm bond between Ann Malone and her sister, and her closeness with her children. The reader shares Ann's ongoing worries about home and hearth, not to mention the encroaching danger. Pat Gligor specializes in the build-up of menace. Her "bad guys" aren't sugar-coated. You'll be rooting for Ann—and biting your nails at the same time. By Sharon Love Cook, author of the Granite Cove Mysteries.
As she has in previous novels in this series, Ann soon becomes involved in the murder investigation, this time joined by Marnie, an attorney, and a new friend, Clara Brunner, an older widow with a passion for mystery novels and local history and a knowledge of the area and its inhabitants. Their probing soon makes Ann a target of the killer
The initial assumption is that the murder victim is a recently married young woman Ann and Marnie had just met. That assumption provides the title for the novel and its assortment of logical suspects.
I enjoyed previous entries in the series and this was no exception. There's a good interplay between the sisters and the children and Clara and Detective Davies were interesting additions to the cast of characters.
Review by Dorothy Bodoin
Patricia Gligor’s Mistaken Identity is a charming combination of murder mystery and virtual vacation on a picturesque island on the southern east coast. Along with sun and water, the island offers antebellum mansions, quaint restaurants with delicious Southern cooking, alligator sightings, beaches where maybe, just maybe, a long ago pirate buried his treasure--and murder.
Ann Malone wants nothing more than a relaxing vacation with her sister, Marnie, and her children, Dani and Davey, but when she discovers the body of a blonde woman on the beach, her flair for detection inspires her to try to solve the murder.
With Marnie and new friend, Clara, Ann sets out on the near impossible task of identifying the killer--impossible because many members of the victim’s circle appear to have strong motives for murder.
For those familiar with the Malone mysteries, Mistaken Identity will be a welcome addition to the series. Others may read and enjoy the book as a stand-alone. Everyone will enjoy the company of likeable, realistically depicted characters and a plot with twists where danger lurks behind the beauty of the southern paradise.
I love to discover a book with characters I look forward to meeting again and with descriptions of places I wish I could visit. I also appreciate the opportunity to learn new historical facts presented in an easy-to-take way. Mistaken Identity has all of these ingredients.
Ms. Gligor ends the book with a hint of future happenings in Ann’s life that should have a reader looking forward to the next in the series. This is definitely a 5 star book. Don’t miss it.
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