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Reviewed by Alma Boucher for Readers' Favorite
Slipshod is a murder mystery by David M. Cameron. Peter McAdam was nicknamed Slipshod at school for his lack of enthusiasm and determination. Rupert Maddox interviews Peter to join his private investigation business, and after a few months, Peter becomes a partner. Rosemary, the daughter of Sir Reginald, hires Peter as her boyfriend for a weekend party. After Rosemary's mother's death, she fears her father, Sir Reginald, is being used. Peter must be Rosemary's eyes and ears during the weekend and look out for evidence of Mistress Kusoge's influence on her father. The clairvoyant Mistress Kusoge can contact the dead, and Sir Reginald is desperate to contact his dead wife. During the seance, strange and unexplainable things happen, and not long after, the first death occurs.
The plot in Slipshod is complicated and exciting. David M. Cameron took me on a rollercoaster ride of murder and intrigue. The suspense kept me on the edge of my seat, and I could not put the book down. It was fast-paced and full of action. With all the twists and turns, I never knew what to expect next. The characters were brilliantly developed, unique, and authentic. The characters could be anyone I know, and I could relate to them. The story is exciting and well-written. Two different stories take place at the same time, and each has its events and drama. It was fascinating to alternate between the two stories. I did not expect a major twist at the end. Instead, it was a huge surprise and a fitting conclusion.