Review of ‘Murder in Nice’

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When Maggie Newberry’s old high school friend is murdered while on a trip to the Cote d’Azur while auditioning for an American TV show, she’s forced to leave her cozy life in a little French village to find the killer to keep an innocent man from being saddled with the crime.

Murder in Nice by Susan Kleman-Lewis is a neat little cozy mystery, with a bit more action and adventure than is usually found in this sub-genre—all to the good. Maggie Newberry is no Kinsey Milhone, but I like her anyway, and hat’s off to Kleman-Lewis for introducing a new and vibrant character to mystery lovers.

I give this one four stars.

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