Juggernaut by Nancy Springer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review of Juggernaut by Nancy Springer
Oh, I so admire a short story like this one, with a clear purpose, clarity of tone, and closure! Protagonist Maggie is on an undercover assignment involving singles dance events, to find a killer of five males. Law enforcement has been stumped, and is looking for some very hefty and powerful killer. Maggie, however, operates on women’s intuition and just good common sense, and she listens-very important. She figures out what’s going on, and more importantly, she discovers an essential secret about her own life-and then leaves it to “poetic justice” to solve. Excellent!
I received a review e-book copy from the publisher, Untreed Reads, via the Goodreads Group Making Connections.
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