Quite a few women, two murders. All the women have motives for murdering the first victim, the second victim was a bit hazy as to why.
The story started with the murder (almost) and then proceeded from there, unraveling the past, unraveling secrets that were best left hidden and causing damage in a lot of people's lives. One of the women was guilty but fine tuning it was a matter of deduction because the motives were fairly strong in a lot of the cases here.
Gilda launches her own investigation into the crimes as she has done before and this does not bode well for all. Her investigation finds more clues than the conventional one and this helps eventually to close the case. The element of romance was by the way, not contributing so very much to the overall story.
I like the bunch of women as they were all different and with strongly different characters. This certainly added a depth to the story. The storyline naturally involving several women was complicated and convoluted!
This was not a heavy read in the normal mystery murder genre. A very pleasant read.
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of The Wild Rose Press Inc.
I haven't heard of this one Mystica, intriguing.ReplyDelete
I haven't come across this one either. But can see it has a fascinating appeal. All those women characters with their differences and interactions I am sure. Good that you liked it.ReplyDelete
I like pleasant mysteries and I love how this one involves many intriguing woman characters. Great review!ReplyDelete