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A great read,
This review is from: Deadly Reunion (Rafferty and Llewellyn Mysteries) (Paperback)My wife's review:
This is my first Geraldine Evans novel, but it won't be my last. The story is about a group of old classmates who all go back to their old school for a reunion but one of them ends up murdered, however before long another victim is added to the list.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and felt that the police procedurals conducted within the story where very realistic. It felt like Joe Rafferty and his side-kick, Daf Llewellyn, where getting nowhere with their investigation, until all of a sudden the killer was revealed at the end. I certainly wouldn't have guessed who the killer was, although it was well explaned as to why the killer had conducted the murder after they were revealed. The only negative I can say is that the book was a little short, although while reading it I didn't feel like the author had rushed it or that anything was missing, but just shy of 200 pages is a little short in my opinion. Having said that, I will definitely read another of these Rafferty and Llewellyn mysteries.