Book Reviews of Too Many Questions (aka Flynn)

Too Many Questions (aka Flynn)
Too Many Questions - aka Flynn
Author: Lesley Grant-Adamson
ISBN-13: 9780449221044
ISBN-10: 0449221040
Publication Date: 7/5/1993
Pages: 230
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Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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PI Laura Flynn doesn't know who the nasty caller is; probably the same person who has threatened her latest client. The client turns up dead and Laura has a real puzzle to solve. Great offbeat London setting and good characters and action.
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Private investigator Laura Flynn is not sure who her nasty caller is. Possibly the same person whose anonymous threats have sent her client, beautiful fashion designer Kate Mullery scurrying into hiding. Or someone trying to scare Laura off her investigation into one of Mullery's business connections. And yet another possiblity is that someone has been made uneasy by Lauras persistent inquiries into the long ago disappearance of her father.

Anonymous threats don't faze Laura, but Kate Mullery's murdered body flotaing in the River Thames does. It's even a comfort to have her ex husband suddenly appear in her life again.

Gutsy Laura, her offbeat London, and her oddball cronies make a real world-vivid, amusing, and more than slightly sinister. For the menace that drifts through it like fog is very menacing indeed--and entirely to real...