Don't Tell Anyone

Midnight Ink. Dec. 2016. 384p. ISBN 9780738750224. pap. $15.99; ebk. ISBN 9780738750996. M
The murder of Grace Neville's daughter, Tara, and the conviction of Tara's boyfriend Jordan Dukes, has left the art historian paralyzed with grief and at a loss. When Jordan's father, Alan, shows up and pleads the case that Jordan is innocent, and that Tara's killer is still out there, Grace slowly comes to believe Alan might be right, and her life unravels even more. English author Gray, who has written nine novels under several pseudonyms, has created a sympathetic character in Grace, who gradually learns to live again while simultaneously pursuing the secrets that might lead to answers in Tara's murder.
VERDICT The disparate pieces of this intricately plotted mystery come together in a satisfying manner that will please readers of Ann Granger and Antonia Fraser.

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