A Review of Poisoned Politics ( A Molly Malone Mystery #2) by Maggie Sefton

Publisher: Midnight Ink  ( July 2013)

240 pages


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* I received an arc from the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Molly Malone's friend Samantha Calhoun has a thing or two to teach her younger—often married "students." But when photos appear showing Samantha and her latest fling, U.S. Rep. Quentin Wilson, she calls in Molly for some much-needed support. Before Molly and Samantha can investigate who sent the photos, Quentin is found dead in Samantha's living room in what appears to be a suicide. Meanwhile, the shadowy group behind the death of Molly's niece is crafting an insidious plan, and they'll stop at nothing, even murder, in their rise to power.

My Thoughts:

Filled with descriptive images of the season and the area, the author's writing style made me want to visit Washington,DC. The characters were interesting and the mystery and political intrigue kept me glued to the book. The only thing that bothered me was the abrupt ending. I like my mysteries to have a nice wrap-up at the end and this one left me hanging. No fair. Even though the ending annoyed me, I'm still going to give it:


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