A Dangerous Goodbye (by Fliss Chester) … cryptic crosswords and a WWII mystery

This was a rather long read, and though it took a while to finish the book, it was still enjoyable.  It took me a while to get invested in the story, but once I did, it seemed to flow quicker.  This is an easy read and a well written mystery.  I assumed I knew who the murderer was.  And I was glad my assumption proved true.  When the culprit was revealed though, it was interesting to see the dramatic behavior on their part as well as the individual’s excuses.

I enjoyed the cryptic crossword hints in solving Fen’s fiancé’s messages and the murders.  I enjoyed getting to know Fen and James.  Interesting side characters with varied personalities.

Thank you to NetGalley and Bookoutre for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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