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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Dan and Rivka Sherman own the Olde Victorian Bookstore. Ivy works in the bookstore, is about to be married, and has become like a daughter to the Shermans. Tom Dwyer is a retired truck driver with a long-held secret that eats away at him. The Atkins sisters are getting ready to sell their family home and are packing up many years worth of memories. Each one of these people’s lives will soon be joined together when Dan discovers a missing book in both his shop and the local library and begins to investigate its whereabouts. Join each of these people in an intriguing mystery, especially when we meet Muddy Atkins.
Death Rules The Night by Rosemary and Larry Mild is a complex tale with several stories all going on at once, yet all becoming entwined with each other as one exciting mystery. I was hooked from the first words until the very last. I felt as if the story came alive and was very real. Dan and Rivka are a perfect example of an old married couple and they direct the action and mood of the story. Rosemary and Larry Mild have created great characters, both good and evil ones, with a plot that never stops. And in all fairness, I cannot leave out Lord Byron, the cat, who adds a bit of fun to the story. Death Rules the Night must be read to piece together the exciting puzzle so I do not want to spoil the twists, turns, and surprises. I think this would make an amazing mystery movie and have already picked out some of the cast. If you enjoy a good mystery, this book is a must-read. This is a sure-fire winner.