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An Image of Death
An Image of Death
Author: Libby Fischer Hellman
Lately, Ellie Foreman has been doing more than her fair share of smoozing. Chicago heiress and real estate developer Ricki Fldman is, for less-the-altruisitic reasons, financing her next video project, a documentary on foster kids.
ISBN: 317519
Publication Date: 2/2004
Pages: 304
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Publisher: Berkeley
Book Type: Paperback
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Ellie Forman is a videographer who receives an unexpected video in the mail. This is not an ordinary video ... this one shows the murder of a young woman. Being the inquisitive sort, she decides to investigate herself, especially as the police have warned her to keep her nose out of it. There are back stories which involve Russia, greed and corruption.

The book is an easy read. Characters are well defined. It started out a little slow for me (personal taste) but was soon humming right along. This is a few steps up from a 'cozy' and the more you read, the more you really get into it.

I almost feel a little lost as I started with the 3rd book in the series. I will definitely go back and start at the beginning. I think Ellie Forman leads a very interesting life
The author very graciously sent me the ebook to read and review in exchange for my honest opinion.