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Thursday, October 23, 2014
Review of "Apportionment of Blame"
This detective story finds Greg Mason on his first case, trying to discover the truth behind the death of a friend's half-sister. Was the death an accident, a suicide, or was it murder? The stage is set in London, and the surrounding area. Greg and his friend, Joyce, sift through the clues, which lead them into a web of confusion and doubt. Then an old family secret sheds light on a pivotal question about an inheritance. Keith has done an absolutely brilliant job writing a plot so thick, you need a knife to cut through it. Mystery, suspense, and a surprise ending; it's all here, not to mention the Queen's English. Written in a style parallel to Dashiell Hammett, you're going to love this tale. 5 Stars