About the Book
In My Opinion
From the first pages of All That Is Secret, I was rooting for Annalee Spain. Patricia. She’s strong, independent, and caring while also vulnerable, uncertain, (and sometimes not so street smart).
Patricia Raybon takes readers along on Annalee’s mystery-solving ride with plenty of crooked goings-on and the many people involved in 1920’s Denver. But she also meets some good people along the way.
There are some hard-hitting issues in this book, which are true to the time period. Raybon handles them well and you’ll learn even more of the history in the author’s note at the end.
If you’re looking for a good murder mystery with a bit of romance and a heroine you won’t soon forget (good thing this isn’t the last we’ll see of Annalee), this is a book for you.
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