Book Review: ‘Marion Lane And The Deadly Rose: A Novel’ By T.A. Willberg

The second book in the Marion Lane series is as good or better that the first book last year. It’s another mystery in the offices and tunnels under London, with well-written characters and solid mysteries to keep the reader engaged. The year is 1959 and Marion Lane is in year two of her training at Miss Brickett’s Inquiries and Investigations. A killer named The Florist has struck and Marion is assisgned to assist the case. She’s also been getting notes left for her warning her of a traitor among the new recruits and one of them cannot be trutsted. And then a murder happens with one of her co-two year workers and Marion decides to figure out what’s going on once and for all. Marion soon uncovers a wide-web of conspiracy and works to fix things before it’s too late. You won’t want to put it down.

You can pick up Marion Lane And The Deadly Rose in stores on Tuesday, February 1st from Park Row.

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