The Rosebush Murders (Helen Mirkin 1)

In this first Helen Mirkin novel, Jerusalem-based Detective Inspector Helen Mirkin is challenged with solving the murder of psychologist Dr. Danielle Hall. Before much progress is made, a second murder occurs. Are they related? The investigation leads DI Mirkin to a state-of-the-art fertility clinic. How does this fit in? Is the killer trying to cover their tracks? Can they be stopped before more More

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About Ruth Shidlo

Born in Portugal, Ruth Shidlo has also lived in Spain, Israel and the United States. She practices as a psychologist in Tel Aviv, and enjoys writing fiction and editing. Murder in the Choir is her second novel.

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Review by: JaneofArch on June 30, 2017 : (no rating)
Here we have a decently-written police procedural that takes place in Jerusalem—the original one. It has gore, puzzle solving, technical info, relationships…

Yeah, that's it. That's why I didn't like it.. Lots of relationships, practically all of them homosexual. Plus a whole lot of blather about food, dress, feelings… all those icky female things that if deftly used bring color to a tale but can so easily be overdone.

And it lacks excitement. Too bad, because the exotic locale enriched the tale, and it could have been so much more if the author hadn't seemed to be selling a point of view.
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