Brief reviews of mysteries, thrillers, and crime novels.
Monday, June 18, 2012
Missing Persons, by Clare O'Donohue
My gracious, O'Donohue is good. I haven't read any of the quilting books, but the Kate Conway books are truly remarkable. Here Kate and her crew are producing a segment the TV reality show, Missing Persons, while Kate deals with the suspicious death of her estranged husband, Frank, and the limpet behavior of Frank's fiance. O'Donohue writes about emotions with empathy and an open heart, while casting a very cynical eye on an industry that turns those emotions into entertainment.