Start of bridge game ends with murder

Book review


October 19, 2022

It’s your deal.

Cards cut, they’re in your hand and now you dole them out. Thirteen cards each, one at a time around the table, let the game begin. Do you bid, or pass and hope that your partner has a good hand? As in the new mystery, “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by Laurien Berenson, do you even have a shot at winning?

It should’ve been a very good day.

Peg Turnbull was judging at a dog show and being with dogs was her favorite thing. The dog show community in her part of Connecticut was close-knit, she knew everyone, the sun was shining – and then she saw her sister-in-law,...

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