The other day I noticed that the library had a stack of new whodunit paperbacks. I picked up a couple. Don't bother with this one.
by Mary Kennedy
For the life of me, I can not figure out why someone was trying to warn her off. The main character in the book, Maggie Walsh - a radio talk show psychologist, does not investigate a murder case. She delves into listening to gossip. That's it! She doesn't really ask questions. She thinks about whodunit in the privacy of her home.
For the murderer to think that the psychologist is getting close to finding out who the murderer is, the murderer would have to be clairvoyant.
This book just did not make much sense.
But, hold your horses! I am now reading a series of books by a 'new to me' author that should have a positive review!