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I believe this is Patricia McLinns' ' first attempt at mystery writing and the first book in the series. It wasn't a bad start, nor a spectacular start. It was a start; however, and the series has promise. The switch from romance to mystery had to be jarring, and McLinn started rough, then gained her feet.
The plot wasn't bad or good, just familiar. It takes a mystery writer a bit more time to create a style and complicated plots for a readership of mystery fans that already have favorites. From writing romance, McLinn has the goods on relating feelings and the the backstory to explain them. The rough start, in my view, came from expecting a successful NY reporter to fall so far emotionally damaged, because of a divorce, and have the reader buy into it. I had problems with that; she had risen to the top. That sort of success doesn't come from wimpy women. It made me dislike her in the beginning. It seemed, too, a romance was trying to start, but it didn't fit this first book. That threw me off, also.
It wasn't until she began to truly investigate that the book started to come together and my interest was engaged. If one is to write mystery, the mystery must come first. Love interests need to be tangential to the mystery. In my opinion, the attempt at romance in this first book, should have been left out. A reintroduction of a character can occur in the next book and take off from there.
I don't have any quibble with the writing. It was better in the second half, but I think that is when the author found her mystery voice and confidence returned. It showed in the writing.
I think McLinn will improve with this genre and find her full mystery voice. That is why this is rated this a three. She needs to grow and this rating gives her room to do so. You won't be hurt reading this book, but may enjoy watching this author grow as she adds to the series.
Elizabeth uses her investigative skills and continues asking pertinent questions of people in this small town and eventually discovers the truth of the situation. She has help from Mike, a young reporter, and his aunt who works in the Sheriff's office.
This is a "clean" book and a pleasure to read. Very suspenseful.
Who has not been literally at the end of their rope in life? This is where our hero finds herself.
E.M. Danniher winds up in Cottonwood County, Wyoming on April Fool's Day. Alone and
shuffled off to the unknown from a high profile job and a high profile ex-husband, culture shock
rears its ugly head. Heading up a local tv show called "Helping Out", E.M. tries to care. She steps full tilt into small town politics and murder.
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The largest issue for me was the mystery of why she was in this situation.Read more
Good beginning story, with lots of suspense, and a twist at the end.