Secret Exposure: Paula Mitchell, P.I.

Secret Exposure: Paula Mitchell, P.I.

by Jan Christensen

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ISBN-13: 9781519144409
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/05/2015
Pages: 230
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

Jan Christensen grew up in New Jersey. She bounced around the world as an Army wife, and in Texas after her husband retired. After traveling for eleven years in a motorhome, she settled down in the Texas Coastal Bend. Published novels are: Sara's Search, Revelations, Organized to Death, Perfect Victim, Blackout, Buried Under Clutter, A Broken Life, Cluttered Attic Secrets, and Secret Exposure. She's had over sixty short stories appear in various places over the last twenty years as well.

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Secret Exposure: Paula Mitchell, P.I. 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JacquelineSeewald More than 1 year ago
This mystery novel starts with an exciting action scene and never slows its pace. Jan Christensen writes in the perfect style for female P.I. mysteries—think Sara Paretsky, Marcia Muller and Sue Grafton as comparables. This is the third Paula Mitchell P.I. novel in the series. In it, successful accountant Simon Langford is accused by his wife of abusing their son Henry and she is consulting a divorce attorney. Simon is furious and hires Paula Mitchell’s partner, Geri, an attorney to represent him. Things go from bad to worse as Marissa, Langford’s wife, ends up a murder victim, shot to death in her home. Langford is of course the main suspect. Paula investigates for the client’s sake. However, not only is Langford secretive about his past, making her work more difficult, but his former college classmates, parents and brother are the opposite of helpful as well. Paula does learn that Simon was abused by his own father as a child and that he changed his name when he entered college. Paula interviews numerous people in connection with this case and finally ferrets out all the hidden secrets and who is actually guilty of murder. For a well-written, fast-paced detective mystery you cannot do better. Recommended.