“Plausible sleuthing and smart characterizations combine for a winner.” – Booklife/Publishers Weekly

The review for ‘Last Room at the Cliff’s Edge’ just came out on Publishers Weekly and it’s deemed a winner!

From the review:

This suspenseful series launch from McNease (the Kyle Callahan Mysteries) introduces retired homicide detective Linda Sikorsky. Linda has opened a “vintage everything” store in New Hope, Pa., where she lives with her wife, aspiring writer Kirsten McClellan, whose first novel features a lead based on Linda. But Linda’s past turns out not to be past.

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Plausible sleuthing and smart characterizations combine for a winner. (BookLife)

About ‘Last Room at the Cliff’s Edge’:

Retired homicide detective Linda Sikorsky and her wife Kirsten McClellan head to Maine for a long weekend of rest, relaxation and rewrites as Kirsten finishes drafting her first novel. Bad weather alters their plans, forcing them to stop for the night at the Cliff’s Edge, a motel known for secrecy and indiscretion. Something murderous goes bump in the night, sending the women on a search for justice when a young reporter’s body is found dumped and violated on a back road. A road Linda must now go down, no matter where it takes her, or what it reveals.

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