INTO THE KILLER SPHERE by @EraniaPinnera Stefania Mattana



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Review for - Into the Killer Sphere: a Chase Williams murder mystery (Chase Williams detective stories Book 1) by author Stefania Mattana
Review written by 
Enrico Grafitti
This review is from: Into the Killer Sphere: a Chase Williams murder mystery (Chase Williams detective stories Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
Murder mystery novels are a difficult genre to write. Not only does the crime itself, and the perpetrator, have to be hidden behind a barrage of red herrings and false clues, but they also need interesting characters to make them stand out from the crowd. Author Stefania Mattana’s ‘Into the Killer Sphere’ does all this and brings the added originality of setting the tale in the fictional location of Tursenia, a town in Etruscan Italy. This is a masterful stroke as it permits the writer to create not only pictorial scenes for the incidents in the book but some interesting characters the reader can’t imagine living anywhere else.

The tale itself is a classic, big-house whodunit where a deadly accident suddenly takes on the aspect of a clever murder. Clues, both false and real, are sprinkled throughout the novel to challenge the reader to arrive at the solution before the ex-British policeman with a checkered and mysterious past and his hapless cigarette-smoking Italian cop friend.

Recommended for fans of fascinating cozy mystery reads.

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