Swann is a middle-aged bridge expert living in the Cotswolds. This
description may sound overly cozy, but the novel avoids terminal cuteness.
Moody's fourth Swann story is dynamic, funny, and brilliantly plotted, right
to the very end. When Cassie goes to visit occasional bridge partner Naomi
in the hospital, she has no idea that she will soon find herself
investigating the woman's murder. In a clever running joke, Cassie keeps
trying to tell people that she and Naomi barely knew each other;
nevertheless, Cassie is soon endangered by con men and stalkers and sorting
through her not-even-friend's history of molestation. As with the best
mystery puzzles, it is never clear until the very end who did what to
whom--or who whom really is. The sweet little subplot about Cassie's
personal life should whet readers' appetites for more details about Cassie
and her ever-reliable friend Charlie. Ilene Cooper
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