Miami Days, Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell continues to follow our crime writer and Professor, Liz Reams. This time she is looking into the events of a man who is on the wrong side of the mob and Mosche Toblinsky after seeing a murder. The story is written in the same fashion as the first one, where it is based on historical events and we get to see what happened back in 1926. It also interwoven with the present with Liz’s story as she searches for events and the truth and her relationship. It is interesting and suspenseful and is not without the bloodshed and horrors back in that time when having anything to do with the mob. It is easy to imagine all you are reading due to Linda’s writing.
I look forward to more.
Reviewed by @jennadb