Murder on Washington Square by Victoria Thompson

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Synopsis:

Turn-of-the-century New York City midwife Sarah Brandt and Detective Sergeant Frank Molloy are thrust into a twisted case of murder—when a seductress falls victim to her own charades.

Review:

Book 4 in the Gaslight Mystery series!

The most predictable whodunnit of the series thus far, however the details were all a surprise. The author continues to astound me with her atmospheric and detailed accounts of turn of the century New York City. She even mentions in her author’s note that she included an actual, factual historical character into this book after doing some research.

The character development continues to be very good and I really like where the two main characters’ story is FINALLY headed! The conclusion is a cliffhanger, and I have to admit I’m very happy that I picked up the next 3 books in this series so I can see what happens next…and fast!

 

 

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