Deception on Sable Hill by Shelley Shephard Gary(review by Cathy)

deception on sable hill

The much anticipated second book in a Chicago World’s Fair Mystery.

Mystery, intrigue and romance, this book has it all and is just one more example of why I’m a huge fan of Shelley Gray.

The relationship between Eloisa Carstairs and Detective Sean Ryan is multifaceted. There’s the attraction, the forbidden aspect of their attraction due to their stations in society and the genuine love between them. This story has subplots that are equally as interesting and very well written.

Ms. Gray has an amazing talent for creating characters that you genuinely care about.

In this book, she’s at her finest with the dialog between the characters, the vivid descriptions of their surroundings and as always she keeps the reader interested from beginning to end and leaves you wanting more.

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