The 4th edition in Oakwood mysteries open with a disaster that puts into the action and immediately catches your attention. Charley Carpenter finds a backpack that contains a journal that is in code and Oakwood Book Club in action. The notebook decoded shows a link to a famous murder, Regan Fletcher. Her boyfriend was convicted of her murder. Who really kill Ryan? There are more than enough suspects as Ryan's becomes clear.
Marc, Charley's boyfriend is updating the house next door and worrying about Charley getting herself in danger looking into the Fletcher case.
Charley is looking for answers before she ends up like Ryan. 

Disclosure: Thanks to Alibi for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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4 Responses to #THE CODEBOOK MURDERS by Leslie Nagel

  1. carhicks says:

    I’m reading this one right now Betty and certainly enjoying it. I loved the beginning, talk about starting with a bang.

  2. Looks pretty interesting. I may have to check it out.

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