Skeletons in the Attic (A Marketville Mystery)
by Judy Penz Sheluk
5 stars out of 5
Well, this is one of the most interesting books I’ve ever read. Not because of the action, although the plot is interesting enough and with lots of twists, but because of the characters. The author helped them cross the border between likable and unlikable and between positive and negative with a refined art.
The action is not fast-paced or slow-paced, but paced just enough and the narrative, which evolves through the eyes and perspective of the heroine is well built and presents surprises that will make the reader to keep reading.
I never present synopsis for the books I read and review but I want to mention that in this novel nothing is what it seems to be, either situation or character. You cannot be sure of anything or, better said, you can be sure that what you have just read would change in a few pages.
At the end, I had the feeling that something was missing or wasn’t quite right, however, I can definitely recommend this book, either to people interested in mystery and suspense or in psychology.
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