Dee Farrell

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    How To Write Fiction...Coming Soon

    I will be in Adrian, Michigan to teach classes on writing fiction. Class runs every Monday night 6-8pm, starting September 18 and ending October 23. Learn the magic formula for good storytelling and how to develop yourself as an author. Novices are welcome!!  Atmosphere is re-lax-ed. Learn more by calling 517 265 1650, emailing adultlearning@lisd.us or visiting www. al.lisd.us   Hope to see you there!

     

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    Review: Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering

     

    Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering is a satisfying tale in the style of an old Nick and Nora Charles mystery. A husband and wife team travels to Bunting’s Nest to solve the mystery of a murdered vicar. It is a lovely mix of Agatha Christie, Sherlock Holmes and PBS’s Mystery!

    The characters are well developed and believable. The dialogue is pertinent to the story, and the plot moves at a good pace. There are no paragraphs and pages you will want to skip. The settings might be a bit more descriptive, but the author’s strength is in her characters. Drew and Madeline Farthering are the perfect couple to invite to a party or a murder investigation.

    Sometimes a mystery can let you down in the end. The solution is too quick. It doesn’t quite make sense. Most frustrating, clues are kept from the reader. But I was not disappointed, and though I picked the right suspect, a delightful twist at the end trumped my mystery-savvy deduction.

    If you like your mysteries nostalgic, mixed with a little light romance, a good dose of suspense and classical literature, you will enjoy Murder on the Moor.

    I received a copy of this book free from Bethany House to review.


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