Tuesday, December 16, 2014

SHADOW OF DOUBT by Nancy Cole Silverman

Carol Childs works as a reporter for talk radio station KCHC in Los Angeles and in a new relationship with a hot FBI Agent named Eric Langdon when a huge news story drops in her lap pertaining to the death of Pepper Millhouse, a talent agent for elite movie stars and owner of ACT Agency.

Carol becomes concerned when her neighboring friend and niece of Pepper Millhouse, Samantha is arrested for the murder and begins her own investigation into the case because Carol believes Samantha is innocent. As Carol digs deeper into ACT Agency, more suspects come into the light that she cannot convince Eric to investigate when the body count begins to raise as Carol’s overbearing boss pressures her to produce a newsworthy report.

Shadow of Doubt is a good murder mystery complete with suspense and plenty of suspects that include a kooky but lovable psychic and a surprise ending. Everyone will enjoy reading this novel and should consider as a gifting opportunity for any amateur crime drama sleuth.

I received this book free from Henery Press through the Net Galley reviewer program in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines.

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