"Books Fall Open, You Fall In"
1 out of 5 stars.
When a prominent CPA is murdered, the pleas of his 16-year-old son draw ex-attorney turned legal researcher Beth Hartley into the case. Beth discovers the victim was a notorious womanizer whose affairs left numerous women, including his wife, with a motive for murder. When the CPA’s secretary is also murdered, Beth’s talent for finding missing links is put to the test during a Milwaukee summer.
I felt like I was reading a very chronological diary about a woman who loves tea. There is really nothing else to say about this book.