#MURDER AT THE MARINA by Janet Finsilver


Do you like history?  Want to know about the breakup of RUSSIAN Mobility? The fifth book of the Kelly Jansen series will help enlighten you. Kelly is preparing to welcome the Russian Heritance Week to the Red Cove area. Rudy and Ivan Dobliksky, members of Silver Sentinels and have of Russian background. The book covers their backstory and the Russian mob. There is a good description of the Russian Cossacks maneuvers.
Kelly learned about the bloody dagger ground the Dobliksky's fishing boat. A couple of days later a dead body and a good coin are found on the boat. There is a major turn in the direction of the tale that will have you wondering until the book is done. I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

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

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5 Responses to #MURDER AT THE MARINA by Janet Finsilver

  1. lghiggins says:

    Good review. It makes me want to read it. I haven’t read any by this author, but I do have this one in my queue. The Russian history sounds very interesting.

    • I think once you start reading it, you will remember the author. We had a discussion over the last one in the series. This one is different with the Russian history. Two characters fled from Russia during the destruction of the Royal court. Very little on the mobb.

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