Trumaine finds herself involved in another strange death—this
one about the local librarian. Marjorie is the only one that
thinks that someone murdered Calla and that it was not a suicide
like everyone believes it to be. She finds the one clue that
could prove that it was murder and not suicide. Can she convince
Deputy Reinhardt to see things her way?
of Marjorie is true to the 1960’s stereotypical wife
who is set to take care of her ill husband, work and maintain
the household. Sweazy does a great job incorporating the attempt
to solve the mystery with Marjorie’s everyday life and
the threats that occur because she will not leave Calla’s
death in peace.
See Also Deception is a fun mystery with enough plot twists
and solid characters to make it enjoyable. The first sentence
immediately grabs the reader and forces them to read until
the last page. This is a must for the cozy mystery fan.