The first in new series set 1938, Elizabeth Adams accept a job on the Daily Trumpet as a girl Friday. She plans on working her to bring a staff photographer. One day Ralph Kandinsky needed a protractor and tell Elizabeth to go with him to photograph Gloria DeWitt’s debutante’s ball. While taking g pictures Elizabeth is a witness to the murder of Gloria’s stepmother. The story takes many turns as Elizabeth began to learn about the lives of persons, not belonging to Society. She must find answers before she is fired from her dream job. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book.
Disclosure: Many thanks to Alibi for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.
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Glad you liked this one.
A good start to a new series. Looking forward to the next one.
I think I would like this one. I’m developing a taste for historical cozies.
Yes, they are great. I don’t consider the 1940 as ancient.
I guess if something is within your lifetime, you wouldn’t consider it “historical.” Ancient is a whole other term.🤪
I agree with you I miss use the word ancient. Would belie I find you again on Goodreads. Amazon is really irking me I am close to saying Goodbye and buying a Samsung. Except I have better places to use the money.
A book alert! DEATH ON A FLASH by Phyllis Wharton being offer free for a short period of time. I haven’t read it but sounds like I would like it. It is new series and her first one
Thanks. I’ll look for it.