Reviews by Linda Otto

The Mystery of Cloomber

by Arthur Conan Doyle

I liked it, but I admit to being a great fan of Conan Doyle. The book is SO typical of Doyle. It has all the flavor of a Holmes puzzler without Holmes. This one has a supernatural feel. Of course, it is over the top, but still wonderful. Enjoy!

Reviewed on 2010.11.08

Say Yes to Murder

by Todhunter Ballard

Fun! A bit gritty/noir for my taste, but definitely worth reading. There is a lot going on--suspects everywhere! Even though I had most of the solution figured out before the end (probably due to reading more mystery stories than I could count), I would still highly recommend reading it. You will definitely keep turning those pages...enjoy!

Reviewed on 2010.11.08

The Princess Galva

by David Whitelaw

This was fun! Mr. Povey is a milquetoast. His life is dreary. Although the author blames "FATE" for the coincidences that occur in his humdrum existence to the dreariness to end, it doesn't matter. If you have ever loathed your job or your life condition, you'll enjoy watching the metamorphosis of Mr. Povey. A sweet royal romance facilitates the change. Enjoy!

Reviewed on 2010.11.02

The Red Symbol

by John Ironside

Wow! This was a ride. It is action packed. You will definitely keep turning the pages. Enjoy!

Reviewed on 2010.11.02

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