Dead Letters by Sheila Lowe (Book Review #1010)

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Dead Letters is a mystery crime story about Claudia Rose’s desperate hunt for her missing niece, Monica, who goes on an archaeology dig in Egypt. The more Claudia researched, the more drama and adventure she encountered. Claudia’s expertise in international forensic handwriting comes in handy in discovering a terrorist group involved. The journey then continues as she risks her life to save her niece.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I particularly enjoyed how Claudia went through thick and thin in her discovery. I was rooting for her success and instantly found myself bonded to her cause. I would have appreciated a little more emphasis on the handwriting expertise and thought the story’s mystery dominated any specific details.

I enjoyed the family love and bond and appreciated the description of Egypt. The journey is certainly an adventurous one and Claudia’s personality suited the situation very well.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes international adventure and crime stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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