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BOOK REVIEW: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S SCREAM
Shelley and her friend Jane decided to have dinner out. Shelley's husband, Paul, was out of town examining the books of one of his franchised restaurants. Jane was in the process of writing a book and Shelley was involved in a new project. Shelley told Jane they could talk about these two subjects at dinner.
Paul bought an old theater with the idea of renovating it and using the building to store food supplies. This did not work out so he donated the theater to the local community college.
Shelley informed Jane that the college was putting on a play and the two of them would cater the food. Shelley indicated that she hired ten different caterers to try so the food will always be different. Shelley had the job of selecting caterers for her husband's business meetings and thought this was a great way to try out some new ones.
Steven Imry, the director of the play, is not well liked by the cast. When one of the actors is murdered, everyone points a finger at Imry. However, Jane's leading man, Detective Mel VanDyne, is not so sure Imry committed the murder since he has no evidence to convict him. When someone else is attacked, Detective VanDyne is sure it is the same person who murdered the actor.
What does Detective VanDyne find that helps him solve this case?
Jill Churchill is an expert at creating these very entertaining mysteries. She always manages to keep the reader in suspense. If you are a fan of this series, you are in for a treat. If you have not read any others in this series this book will make you want to go back and read them. This book is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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