Determined to find the truth, Eliza and her KEY News colleagues discover that Pentimento holds the key. The glorious mansion is actually a giant "puzzle house", filled with ingenious clues that lead them, one by one, to the victims of a fiendish killer. As Pentimento gives up its secrets, it becomes clear that no amount of wealth or privilege will keep the residents of Tuxedo Park safe. But just when she unearths one final surprise, Eliza comes face to face with a murderer who believes that some puzzles should never be solved.
©2009 Mary Jane Clark; (P)1997 HarperCollins Publishers
I really like the work of Mary Jane Clark, but found this one a little less exciting than most of her books. I did not like the way in which the victim committed suicide, and was disappointed in the ending. I expected a little more substance.
Very good and I liked listening to it, especially since it's a long book. I got to listen while driving, while eating and playing games or cleaning. I would recommend this book if you would like books while doing other stuff too.
If you haven't read any of Mary Jane Clark's KEY News books you're missing out. She has a way with plots and twists and turns that will keep you guessing. These are can't put down books with the perfect reader to keep you drawn in from beginning to finish.
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