Dealing with deadly challenges.
Life turns topsy turvy for historian Wrenn Grayson when she gets to Rosemont Mansion expecting her payment from the new owner of the mansion, her friend, a retired police chief Clay Addison and discovers the dead body of Trey Rosemont (who had been missing for decades and was assumed to be dead) found lying mysteriously drenched in blood on the foyer floor of the mansion.
Before Wrenn Grayson could try to find a solution to save her suspected friend Clay Addison from this mysterious murder, Professor Gideon Douglas, a longtime love of Wrenn gets into trouble due to the stolen Egyptian artifacts from the History department adding misery to Wrenn’s situation.
Author Connie Chappell leaves no stone unturned in making her novel ‘Deadly Homecoming at Rosemont’ an intriguing mystery thriller by adding realistic descriptions to the crime setup artistically in the small town of Havens, Ohio. The intertwining mysteries are well plotted throwing challenges in protagonist Wrenn’s life keeping the readers at the edge of their seats.
This novel definitely has a strong female protagonist dealing with the hurdles in her ways of relation and friendship. Highly recommended.