Murder at Five Finger Light (Jessie Arnold Series #11)

Murder at Five Finger Light (Jessie Arnold Series #11)

by Sue Henry
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Murder at Five Finger Light (Jessie Arnold Series #11) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
CocomoJo More than 1 year ago
Although this book was a little slow in places, and had a few things that were unbelievable, the mystery itself was a good read. I also thoroughly enjoyed the way Sue Henry made you relate to the main character. I will definitely read another Sue Henry mystery!
Janelaurie More than 1 year ago
Lots of great "twists and turns" and UNUSUAL OUTCOME!! Very descriptive, fast moving, another great book from Sue Henry, wish she would write more....I have all that she has written...great author!!
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Sled dog racer Jessie Arnold feels the world is looking up as she rebounded from knee surgery, recovered from a DEATH TRAP, and is back with her beloved State Trooper Alex Jensen. Jessie accepts an invitation to a paint party thrown by close friends Laurie and Jim Trevino, who are renovating a fixer-upper Five Finger Lighthouse on Alaska¿s Inner Passage; Alex has a meeting that he must attend so he cannot accompany Jessie, but tells her to have a good time.--- However, thinking this will be fun though hard work, Jessie goes leaving Alex behind. However, the idyllic gala of paint and panorama ends when Jessie finds the corpse of another guest. Assuming a tragic accident occurred Jessie changes her mind when she tries to call for help by phone and radio; neither work as a killer has severed the lines with the objective to snuff the life out of the party one death at a time.--- The latest Sue Henry Alaska mystery will remind readers of Agatha Christie¿s classic Ten Little Indians. The story line is action-packed once Jessie stumbles over a dead body and never slows down as the sleuth realizes a murderer is amongst the guests. The scenery as usual is breathtaking, but it is the cat and mouse game between the culprit and the detective that will have the audience spellbound.--- Harriet Klausner