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Sharon E. Cathcart
on March 08, 2011 :
There's a lot to like about a mystery with the guts to start out with "It was a dark and stormy night."
The protagonist in this short story is an author, trying to write a mystery novel -- but she is constantly distracted by her neighbor's loud stereo. When she goes to confront him, she finds his unlocked apartment ... and his corpse.
The story was set up well, but it felt as though the ending was a trifled rushed. Sure, it's a short story ... but I felt there was still some room for development. Nevertheless, I found the book entertaining.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)