Author: Celine Rose Mariotti
Publisher: Dreaming Big Publications
Reviewed by: Emily Chance
ABOUT THE BOOK:
If you liked The Kidnaping of Senator Andy Thompson, you’ll be excited to read The Murder of Secretary Judd Cane. This time murder stalks the House of Representatives as Congressman Michael Rhodes is accused of murdering Secretary Cane. House Minority Leader Dack Jamison comes to Michael’s defense. While Congressman Mario Ceccarrelli and Simon Goldstein play detective, the rest of the House debates National Health Issues, and Congresswoman Priscilla Jones leads the fight for womens’ rights, Brian Travors holds a gun on Congressman Rhodes and forces him into a car. Then the political shenanigans begin to add up. If you love a good mystery with intrigue and adventure, you won’t be able to put this book down.
MY REVIEW: 3/5
I gave this book a 3/5 rating because I stayed interested most of the time, but there was a lot of describing. Many times, this is a good thing, but in The Murder of Secretary Judd Cane, the first quarter of the book seemed to take paragraphs out of the story to describe how a person looked, what state they were from, and maybe some about their family, even if that character isn’t relevant to the story. To me, it took from the story and didn’t help it flow very well. However, once the book got going and finally started to get into the investigation of the mystery of the killing of secretary Cane, I just wanted to know more. The petty nature of every congressman and congresswoman made up for all of the over describing.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Born in Derby, CT, and a lifelong resident of Shelton, CT. Celine is a graduate of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT where she majored in Business Administration with a minor in English. Since a child, she always loved to write.
DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for writing a review. I was not obligated to give a positive review, and all thoughts are my own.