Lying Blind: A Nan Vining Mystery #6 by Dianne Emley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Thanks to Random House Publishing Group - Alibi and NetGalley for the galley copy of Lying Blind: A Nan Vining Mystery #6.
This was a novel that I could not speed through. The descriptions, plot, and subplots took me from the fast lane. I slowed my pace so that I could enjoy every nuance.
From the first chapter of Dianne Emley's "Lying Blind" I got hooked. Even though I finished a few days ago, I keep wanting more.
This is my first novel by Dianne Emley, and as 6th in a series, it stands alone.
This novel shows wealth and privilege getting away with murder. Karma shows up and exacts payment.
The characters are believable and developed. Nan Vining is a complex woman who is likable and a professional detective. She would rather do right than be popular.
As a native Californian who has been away many years, I enjoyed the journey from Pasadena to Los Robles. Now I will have to go back and get caught up with the life and times of Nan Vining.
Dianne Emley please don't stop writing this series now. You left me hanging on the edge of a cliff. I must have more.
I will recommend the Nan Vining Mystery Series for our library collection.
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