Death Rings a Bell
The Nina Foster Mystery Series
by Linda Hope Lee
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Pub Date 19 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 31 Oct 2022
Librarian Nina Foster is honored to present a program at Pacific Northwest University's Lit Fest. She especially looks forward to reconnecting with her former English professor and mentor. But then her professor falls to her death from the campus bell tower. The police rule the death accidental, but Nina suspects foul play and begins her own investigation. Newspaper reporter and Nina’s significant other, Stephen Kraslow, is on hand to assist and support her. Will they solve the mystery before the killer strikes again?
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Average rating from 2 members
series, Washington-state, university, librarian, newspaper-owner, friendship, cozy-mystery, murder-investigation, murder, law-enforcement, amateur-sleuth, relationships, secrets*****
Too many seemed to think that the poetess/professor committed suicide when she fell from the bell tower where she was practicing for her reading for LitFest. Nina and Steven weren't so sure. Steven was an investigative reporter before owning his own small-town newspaper and Librarian Nina has had three murders to investigate before this. Unusual setting, intriguing characters, a plot filled with twists and red herring make this a book I really enjoyed even though I had not read any of the earlier in series.
I requested and received an e-book copy from The Wild Rose Press, Inc via NetGalley. Thank you!
Hmmmm good book, this book had light suspense, intrigue, action, and great sleuthing work lol the storyline was Interesting and flowed nicely! I will recommend reading this book as its worth reading but it was just ok for me! Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for sharing this book with me!