Book Two in the SOLO Mystery Series.
What sets The Actress apart from most murder mysteries is a wry sense of ironic humor that permeates events seen through Martha’s eyes, paired with a Christian perspective that keeps the story line clean, reflective, and delightfully revealing – all this tempered with passages about Mississippi culture that include social insights, as well.
The Plot Thickens:
Late 1950s. The most famous actress in America, Talllulah Ivey, is in the Mississippi Delta to film a controversial move. A prominent local citizen is shot and killed outside her bedroom window. A note is found clenched in the dead man’s hand. The note holds the key to Ivey’s guilt or innocence. Was it self-defense? Murder? Or something else? Martha investigates the who, what, and why in this twisty, suspenseful murder mystery.