Murder on Gramercy Park
By: Victoria Thompson
Series: Gaslight Mystery #3
Publisher/Year: Berkley Prime Crime, 2002
Setting: New York, (turn of the century)
Historical Fiction, Mystery, Fiction, Suspense
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Plus(es): This book was a real page-turner given all the surprises, and I enjoyed some lighter moments that seemed to break up the seriousness of the plot.
Minus(es): Explores the darker side of human nature
Two words summarize book three in this series – secrets, and lies. Reading this book was like playing with nesting dolls. These dolls are like the secrets and fabrications almost all the characters have in this story. Every time you open one and think it is the end, another one is inside.
Mr. Blackwell is a “healer,” and he claims he can help people with medical infirmaries that no other medical professional can. It seemed his wife is living proof. So, why would anyone want this man dead? How is he able to perform these miracles? Sarah and Frank must join forces to unravel these mysteries.
Awards/Recognition(s): National Bestselling Author, Edgar® and Agatha Award-nominated author
Other books in the Gaslight series by Victoria Thompson: