Framing the Dialogue


The sixteenth in the China Bayles series, Nightshade is probably my least favorite.  Nightshade takes up a storyline started in earlier books regarding China’s absentee father and the circumstances surrounding his death.  As with all of her books, you do not have to have read the others to enjoy this Nightshade, but I found Susan Wittig Albert’s efforts to bring the reader up to speed a little clumsy and distracting in this book. 

Nightshade is still an interesting book, however, if you have not read any of the others in the mystery series, read one of those first.

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