BOOK REVIEW: WHEN DAY BREAKS
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BY MARY JANE CLARK
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Constance Young, the host of Key to America, is leaving for a job at a rival network and she plans to take her loyal audience with her. The people she worked with were almost happy to see her leave because of her demanding ways.
Constance is discovered dead at the bottom of her swimming pool. How did this happen? After all, she was an excellent swimmer. Rumors start to fly regarding foul play and the media soon added fuel to the fire.
Eliza Blake, who is now the anchor of the Key Evening Headlines, is determined to find out what happened to Constance. She enlists the help of three KEY News coworkers Jane, Annabelle and B.J. The group called themselves the "Sunrise Suspense Society".
As this group gets more and more into the investigation, they soon discover that Constance had a long list of enemies. Among them are family members, colleagues and jilted lovers.
The Sunrise Suspense Society team discovers two leads: A Great Dane found dead in the woods behind Constance's home and a missing unicorn pendant. What do these two clues have to do with the death of Constance?
Will The Sunrise Suspense Society be able to solve this murder? Are their lives in danger?
Mary Jane Clark really does an excellent job of writing this mystery. There are plenty of suspects who have motives for killing Constance and the reader is kept in suspense throughout the book. The fun part is you will find yourself analyzing each one of the possible suspects to try and determine if they are the killer. Once you start reading this book, you will find it difficult to put down. You will love the character of Eliza Blake who is strong willed and determined to get to the truth in this case. If you enjoy a mystery with a great deal of suspense and one that is fast paced, this is the book for you. When Day Breaks is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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