Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Silversmith's Wife by Sophia Tobin Review-Post

The Silversmith's Wife    by Sophia Tobin       Review-Post

       Berkeley Square, London 1792 Pierre Renard, a respected silversmith, is found dead in the early hours, his throat slashed, his pocket-watch stolen.
But who would commit such a crime? and why?

My Thoughts:
         This murder of Pierre Renard spins a web of suspects as his wife, Mary, is on the top of the list . She was very unhappy in her marriage and soon finds out that her husband wasn't truly devoted to her. There were others who could be called enemies of the silversmith and they all had hidden secrets of their own. As things begin to unravel it proves to be an interesting case.
         I found this to be a well told story of murder, lies and many hidden agendas.



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