When a top Hollywood Agent is found poisoned in the bathtub of her home, suspicion quickly turns to one of her two nieces. But Carol Childs, a reporter for a local talk radio station, doesn’t believe it. The suspect is her neighbor and friend, and also her primary source for insider industry news. After a media frenzy pits one niece against the other—and the body count starts to rise—Carol knows she must save her friend from being tried in the court of public opinion.
But even the most seasoned reporter can be surprised, and when a Hollywood psychic shows up in Carol’s studio one night and warns her there will be more deaths, things take an unexpected turn. Suddenly nobody is above suspicion. Carol must challenge both her friendship and the facts, and the only thing she knows for certain is that the killer is still out there. But the closer she gets to the truth, the more danger she’s in.
My Review: Carol Childs, daily job being a talk show reporter on a radio station, leaves Carol wanting more of the limelight. Mysterious deaths have been in the news lately, and Carol wants a piece of the action. Her neighbors famous aunt has been found dead. Samantha Millhouse and her twin sister Sarah, have a feud about Aunt Pepper’s estate. Carol’s FBI boyfriend Eric Langdon, always gives little bits of information to Carol. Tyler Hunt, her boss would rather not have Carol telling stories on air till he gives the approval. There are some crazy people in this story, the one true woman who kind of haunts and makes Carol all weird is Misty Dawn. With a desperate spoiled Hollywood child actor being involved who wants everyone’s direct attention. Just who are involved in all these murders? Is Carol about to be involved so deep in the murders, that she finds her self on the list of the next murderer?
Shadow Of Doubt is a inspiring read. The characters involved will become a part of you as you get inside the book. A true look at how some are greatly spoiled by wealth that nothing is too short of murder. Nancy Silverman’s first book is a mystery that any reader will fall in love with. Lets just say Love Potion # 9 has nothing on what could be hiding in Silverman’s own bottle.
- Series: A Carol Childs Mystery
- Paperback: 276 pages
- Publisher: Henery Press (December 2, 2014)
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