Sunday, June 29, 2014

Murmurs of Insanity, a Review





Murmurs of Insanity, a Moriah Dru/Richard Lake Mystery by Gerrie Ferris Fingers, is a fascinating and complicated trail littered with all sorts of intriguing characters including some who are missing: a young teen, an artist and his girlfriend. 

Along the way, the trail becomes littered with strange articles and ultimately some bodies. Full of excitement and strange goings-on, Murmurs of Insanity is one of those books that will keep you wondering and turning pages as you follow the investigations.

One thing you can always count on with any of Gerrie Ferris Fingers mysteries is full-bodied and unique characters, a thick sense of atmosphere and plenty of surprises. Definitely an enjoyable read.

The cover is great--and unlike many covers, it definitely has meaning for the book.

(I was given an ARC of this book with hopes that I'd review it. All my reviews are objective and what I really think. If I don't like a book, I don't bother to review it.)


 

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