Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Conspiracy in Corinth by Phil Hardwick

I have only been to Corinth once or twice, but I know enough about it to recognize some landmarks and history in this Mississippi Mystery by Phil Hardwick. Like the others in this series, I believe these will mainly appeal to folks who live in Mississippi or have a connection to the state.

Some of the earlier mysteries had pretty decent storylines. This one seems a bit forced and almost as if Hardwick wasn't sure where he was going so he just ended it.

Still, it was a nice read. There are 3 more in this series, which I plan to enjoy.

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