Book Review: ‘Marion Lane And The Midnight Murder: A Novel’ By T.A. Willberg

A really fun book with a great premise and a fun lead character from author T.A. Wilberg makes her debut novel one to look forward to at the end of the year (out December 29th). The book is filled when interesting other characters and a unique setting under the streets of London. I am hoping there will be more adventures with Marion and the gang.

The year is 1958 and there’s a secret investigation society Miss Brickett’s Investigations and Inquries, that works underground in London in the tunnels and has been around now for about 10 years. People send them messages and they decide if they will pusue the cases. For Marion Lane she’s one of the lucky ones that was picked to work there. She will be an apprentice for three years (if she makes it that long) and then becomes one of the investigators.

When one of their own Michelle White is found murdered it sends shockwaves through the agency. It’s believe that she knew who murdered her and when Frank Stone, who is Marion’s mentor, is accused of the murder, Marion can’t believe it. She decides she is going to get the proof he is innocent before it’s too late.

You can pick up Marion Lane And The Midnight Murder from Park Row books on Tuesday, December 29th.

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