Friday, October 7, 2011
Pepper Bibeau is an insurance investigator who unwittingly gets wrapped up in a murder mystery. Set in the sixties, before cell phones and computers took over our existence, Pepper has to do things the old fashioned way - by speaking to people in person and being available for landline phone calls. References are made to the political and social issues of the late sixties but not to the point where younger readers unfamiliar with the era would have difficulty understanding things.
... various subplots woven through the entire story ... all comes together in a well-crafted, tangled mystery.
For Every Action is the first in a planned Pepper Bibeau series. I'm looking forward to the next one!
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Darcia Helle is the author of several mystery novels, including NO JUSTICE (A Michael Sykora novel). The title initially caught my attention because Sykora is the maiden name of my mother's great grandmother. For me, everything relates to genealogy. And, yes, a book's title is an important consideration for the reader.
You can check out the full list of Darcia's books available on Amazon.com
NO JUSTICE by Darcia Helle