Tuesday, November 21, 2017

review: a measure of murder by leslie karst

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After inheriting a restaurant due to the passing of her aunt (in Dying for a Taste), Sally Solari is struggling to balance all her obligations. Even so, she allows her ex-boyfriend to talk her into trying out for a part in the chorus he's in. Unfortunately, this decision causes Sally to once again find herself investigating a murder mystery when one of the tenors dies after a fall from a window. While the police deem it an accident, Sally isn't so sure. Sally has a lot going on which made the plot of A Measure of Murder feel a little scattered as Sally became stretched thin running a restaurant, rehearsing with the chorus, investigating a murder, and going on bike rides with a potential suspect. The mystery is great though with a number of fantastic turns as Sally suspects almost everyone and with good reason.
Review copy provided by the publicist, MM Book Publicity.

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