Brilliant Disguise: A Charlie McClung Mystery By: Mary Anne Edwards

Brilliant Disguise: A Charlie McClung MysteryAbout the book :Detective Charlie McClung no longer finds his job fulfilling and has given up finding that “someone” his granny promised he would find. So he leaves behind the big city and his close-knit family and takes a job in a small town police department in Georgia, resigned to live a quiet life in solitude.

Things change when he meets Marian Selby while investigating the mysterious death of her best friend. But Marian swore never to love again after the death of her husband 11 years ago. What seems to be a suicide turns into a tangled web of deceit, corruption, and complicated shadows.

Can the two of them come to grips with their feelings for each other before the killer closes in on them?

My Review: This is a great first book to the McClung Series. Mary Anne Edwards, hold you captive page after page. It took only a day to read this book. Marian Selby is the friend and neighbor everyone wants living next door to them. Detective Charlie McClung, has his hands full with a case that he lets Marian jump in to help, what a match made for the detective when he starts having feelings for the 40 year old stunning beauty Marian.

About The Author: This is Mary Anne Edwards first book in the series.  Born in Mercedes, Texas, she has lived in Georgia most of her life which has been filled with a variety of experiences. Some were great and some, well let’s just say she has learned many lessons the hard way.

She’s active in Sisters in Crime Atlanta Chapter and sit on the advisory board of Rockdale Cares, Inc., a non-profit advocacy group for the developmentally challenged.

She began writing in high school but not seriously until 1999. I write traditional mysteries and my biggest influences are Agatha Christie, Anne Perry, Caroline Graham, Elizabeth Peters, and my family.

You can find Mary Anne Edwards book on B&N on the web, Goodreads, and Amazon.

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