The Red Canary – Review

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Published: November 10, 2020

Genre: Historical

Length: 314 pages

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About the book:

In 1928, soot from the local mills and music from speakeasies linger in the Pittsburgh air. When the manager of The Kelly Club is found dead, nightclub singer Vera Pembroke is thrust into peril. As the only witness to the crime, she’s sentenced to hide away in the Allegheny Forest with a stuffy police sergeant as her guardian.

Sergeant Mick Dinelo harbors a burning hatred for Pittsburgh’s underworld after the devastation it left on his life—and heart. He should be out exposing the culpable gangsters rather than tending to the impetuous woman who defies his every effort to keep her safe.

Mick and Vera must set aside their differences to solve the murder that someone wants to keep buried beneath the soot of Steel City.

My review:

I instantly knew that I would love this book! Rachel Scott McDaniel writes some of the best Roaring Twenties fiction! She puts so much detail into her stories that they just come alive! She also created some wonderful characters that had great chemistry. I loved this book and was sad that it ended. I look forward to reading more from her!

My rating:  5-Stars-300x57

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