MURDER SHE ENCOUNTER by Peg Cochran

The third book in this series will take you to the 1939 New York World ‘s Fair. Elizabeth “Biz” Adams, photographer for Daily Trumpet works with Ralph Kaminsky, a reporter who hears of a murder that occurred at the fair. Biz and Ralph head fifths fair coverage stories and pictures for the paper. There the victim work at DuPont booth demonstrating the new material nylon stockings that last longer than silk Elizabeth continues with meeting the homicide detective Sal Marino against her parent’s wishes. The news from Europe continues to be negative making war likely. A boatload of Jews is docked outside of New York City. Biz and Ralph continue to visit the fair hoping to get an exclusive report of the murders. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

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

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2 Responses to MURDER SHE ENCOUNTER by Peg Cochran

  1. I really enjoyed this one. I love the historical setting and the mystery is well-plotted too.

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