This was the first book I read from Mignon G. Eberhart. I found it to be very interesting and a very very great read. The story was very compelling and moved very smooth. I would recommend it to anyone that loves to read.
Great book. Romance accentuates the mystery in this one.
Really fine. I'm starting to load my library with Mignon Eberhart. This one was written in 1942, and the female lead(s) actually have blood in their veins: they tell people off, think for themselves, commit breathtaking acts (not like the 1938 lead in her novel "Danger in the Dark", a FANTASTIC mystery but with a heroine as game and alive as a decapitated mannequin, I mean, all the dear does is swoon).
Give Mignon Eberhart a read. I've only read 4-5 of her novels thus far and can recommend them all: The Patient in Cabin C (though again with a slightly limp heroine), Danger in the Dark, this book Wolf in Man's Clothing, and my favorite thus far, Woman on the Roof. (Currently I'm reading "Postmark Murder".)
I know Agatha Christie inside and out, and folks say that Mignon is the American Agatha Christie ... and I've no quarrel with that comparison. DEFINITELY check out Eberhart's many, many titles and choose one whose plot tickles your interest, and you might just win yourself years of new enjoyment at the skillful hands of this author.
Mystery, plots and a very special nurse in this great Eberhart book. It seems someone's been poisoned but being people of wealth they leave Sarah to cope with all the circumstances, mystery and puzzle pieces.
She's spunky, smart and not ever the predictable kind. The books a great read and easily a five star book. If you like mystery, suspense and unpredictable characters, you will love it!