Murder in the Lightning Room by A.D. Brazeau – Review by Julie Johnson

Murder in the Lightning RoomMurder in the Lightning Room by A.D. Brazeau
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Cora is a 17 year old young lady who is about to finish up high school in Colorado Springs. Her instructor is giving her an opportunity of a lifetime…to work with Nikola Tesla! Cora is very excited about it but her mother really is not. After all, her mother is mourning the loss of a friend, that friend being the last assistant that Nikola Tesla had in his laboratory! Papers are missing, the lab is a mess, and Cora is put to tasks that she wasn’t expecting. She wanted in on all the excitement of conducting experiments but instead finds herself typing up reports and organizing receipts. It’s when Cora and her schoolmate Harrison start seeing that things aren’t adding up that they begin amateur sleuthing. A dinner party will change everything, including how Cora views some things in life.

This was an enjoyable book. It was a moderately fast read for me and I enjoyed the suspense of the mystery. I did figure out pretty early on who I thought the murderer was but did still have a few surprises along the way.

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