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Publisher Description

Till death do us part, with kitchen shears. What drives a family man to kill his wife? This question haunts Sarah James, a medical resident who meets the unhappy family at a resort near Big Sur. She witnesses how ugly a marriage can be. But murder?


Sarah and the spunky Fog Ladies—elderly neighbors from her San Francisco apartment building—set out to discover the truth. Their probing finds the threat is perilously close to home, as another troubled family struggles to survive.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
October 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
338
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Wild Rose Press, Inc
SELLER
The Wild Rose Press, Inc
SIZE
590.2
KB

Customer Reviews

Carol M Smith ,

Susan McCormick’s The Fog Ladies: Family Matters

What a read!!! Come along and meet the
residents that live in the same apartment building
with Dr Sarah James. Sarah has just finished her
internship. She heads to a vacation at Paradise
Cove near Big Sur in California. A couple are
arguing and Sarah steps in to calm their baby.
After her vacation, Sarah returns to her life in
San Francisco but is surprised that the wife
from the resort ends up murdered supposedly
by the husband. He has been arrested and is
jailed for her wife’s murder. This does not sit
well with Sarah.
So Sarah brings the story to the elderly residents
at the apartment. They call themselves the Fog
Ladies at they love investigating in the city of Fog.
I loved these characters. Each has their own
personality plus their own quirks and ways of
thinking but they look out for each of their group
without questions.
They discover a pattern with a murdered spouse,
a million dollar insurance payment and the other
spouse jailed for murder. When Sarah’s friend and
family become the next target, Sarah and the Fog
Ladies set out to thwart the murderer.
A complex, puzzling main plot accompanied by
several sub plots.
A Highly Recommended Read.
I volunteered to read The Fog Ladies: Family Matters.
It is book # 2 in the San Francisco Cozy Murder
Mysteries series. It can be read as a stand alone.
Thanks to the author for the opportunity to read.
My opinion is voluntary and my own.
Looking forward to reading more of this author’s
book.

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