“Stylish and Great Fun.”
It seems to me there’s not a better brace of things to be than that. But it’s not a copywarmer for a tombstone. Rather, it’s from a new review of Death Was in the Picture. The review is by Tim Davis, and it’s full of things an author loves to hear. I’ll share a tiny bit:
A good, old-fashioned gumshoe novel set in the early 1930s, Death Was In The Picture has it all: secrets, foul play, out-of-control passions, quirky characters, and -- of course -- several murders thrown into the mix. The bottom line is this: Stylish and great fun, just like Richards’ earlier offering, Death Was In The Picture is first-rate entertainment, so don’t miss it.Davis’ full review is here.