Fakes and Lies: A British Mystery by Jane A Adams
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Antonia Scott, galley owner, is killed and the only item missing is a portofolio of known forger Frederick Jones, who is also dead. His daughter, Bee, is convinced that he was murdered and that there is a connection between the two deaths. Bee is then directed towards Naomi Blake, ex-police officer, to see if she can help.
This books is the 12th in a series, and can be read as a standalone story, though I have not read any of the previous ones. Unfortunately the characters and the story felt flat and didn't really grab my imagination and so the mystery just dragged for me.
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