Review of ‘Moon Signs’

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Kathleen Williamson wants a quiet retirement, but her older sister, Andrea Flinn, wants excitement. They are in Canaan Valley looking for old paintings, but Andrea is looking for a killer.

For an exciting bit of mystery fiction, nothing beats Moon Signs by Helen Haught Fannick. A fantastic bit of writing, with interesting, fully-formed characters in a quaint setting so real you can smell the magnolia blossoms. As the two sisters prowl their grandparents’ old hotel, they find more mysteries than the missing paintings. This is a book you don’t want to miss.

I give it four stars.

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