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When Albert took the phone to her, he heard the doorbell ringing, so he headed back to the house. A crying woman was there – the one sent by the Inspector. Her husband was missing and she needed Diane’s help. There are few clues to do much investigation, but Diane is on the case!
This was my first book by this author. It was enjoyable to follow her steps on the case as she relentlessly examined the evidence and reasoned out what the scenario may have been. It’s a cute cozy, well worth reading.
A woman appears at the front door. She is in tears. Inspector Crothers has suggested the woman come see Diane. He believes Diane can help her find her husband.
This is a very quick read.
The action all happens within a short period of time because Diane is an expert at putting facts together and solving mysteries. Because she has a good relationship with Inspector Crothers, she is closer to the clues than some other civilian. Her powers of observation are impressive. She puts the information to very good use.
The plot is well done. Character development is pretty self explanatory.
Ms Sotheby has written a compact mystery story which is entertaining and interesting.
I voluntarily received a copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it. My opinion is entirely my own.