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Sunday, June 10, 2018
Review of "The Case of the Blue Diamonds"
Back in Hammond, Louisiana, Detective Jonathan Miller is thrust into another mystery and uses the rose-colored glasses as a talisman to aid his investigation. He is also now engaged to Callie St. Claire and has bought her a house and a new vehicle. Ilegal blue diamonds, conspiracy, and murder interlace the plot along with the spirits of darkness. As the plot nears the end, even more family secrets are revealed. There were times when I wasn't sure who was speaking and occasionally a sentence didn't make sense. There were also a few punctuation and layout errors. Although the story has merit, this is not Marlene's best work. 3 Stars