A Death at the Rose Paperworks (Libby Seale Mysteries) Paperback – 30 Nov 2006
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"This series effectively captures the vibrant atmosphere of a growing western city as the twentieth century dawns."
About the Author
Seduced by Portland, Oregon's beauty and colourful history, M. J. Zellnik enjoys learning about her adopted home while writing Libby Seale Mysteries. A New York native, she divides her time between New York and Portland.
Top Customer Reviews
As in the previous book, there are plenty of suspects, plenty of story threads, and plenty of plots twists to keep the pages turning. Family secrets, an estranged son, and even a group of unhappy men laid off from the mill and replaced with cheaper Chinese workers. The first book gave some fun insider detail on turn of the 20th-century variety theater, and this one does the same with papermaking. The strong sense of time and place comes through vividly, and anyone familiar with Portland will get extra delight from the period details and location. It's not a great book, but it'll certainly fit the bill for anyone looking to curl up with a period mystery for a few hours. The final page of the book drops a huge revelation that will leave the reader wanting to immediately pick up the next in the series -- unfortunately, there is no next book!