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Award-winning author Amy Corwin is an insatiable reader and writer. She joined the Romance Writers of America at its inception and Mystery Writers of America after her first hardcover mystery, Whacked! was published. She writes Regencies, paranormal romances, and mysteries, although to be truthful, most of her books include a bit of murder and mayhem since she discovered that killing off at least one character is a highly effective way to make the remaining ones toe the plot line.
Amy’s books have received numerous writing awards. Her first Regency, SMUGGLED ROSE, received a 4-star review by “The Romantic Times” and her second Regency, I BID ONE AMERICAN (recently republished as THE UNWANTED HEIRESS), received a perfect score of 5 from Long and Short Reviews. Her list of mysteries, romance, and paranormals has increased to over a dozen works.
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on Jan. 07, 2014 :
The Dead Man’s View by Amy Corwin
A Second Sons Mystery Book 3
Prudence Barnard seems to be a magnet for dead people. She finds that she does have some living relations and is invited to stay with him and he turns up dead. What looks like suicide to others screams murder to Pru. She will not allow her cousin Eric Knibbs to be disgraced in death if she can help it. She writes to the one man who is good at finding the truth and asks for his help.
Knighton Gaunt is more than happy to come as an inquiry agent to help Pru. He has missed her these past few months. He didn't know that he'd be walking into a home that his stuffed shirt brother was also at. Lord Greystone….Alan Gaunt….had disowned Knighton after he refused to join the church or army. Too bad, he had a murder to investigate and a woman to protect.
Prudence and Knighton first meet in the first book, A Vital Principle, where Prudence is at the wrong place at the wrong time once again. Once again in this third book the author keeps the reader guessing who could be the guilty party. Everyone seems to have a reason to do away with the victim, whose reason brings them to the point of murder?
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Nov. 17, 2013 :
A cozy and romantic historical mystery with great characters and a plot that pulls the reader in and doesn't let go until the end. I could not put this book down! The writing flows well, the two MCs are smart, and the story unfolds like a mixture of Clue, Downton Abbey, and Midsomer Murders set during the Regency period. Although I suggest reading the prior books in this series as well as any others with some of the same characters, you can read this novel as a stand-alone.
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