Second Street Station: A Mary Handley Mystery by Lawrence H. Levy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Second Street Station is a delightful read. Historical figures, such as Edison and Telsa, play key roles in the story. A female hired by the Brooklyn Police Department was a great protagonist. Loved watching her mind work and unravel the mysteries before her.
My only disappointment was near the end when Mary discovers the fate of the Chungs and revenges their deaths. That part simply felt a little forced. That may have been, however, because the main murder had been solved and the case was closed.
All the same, I can't wait to see what Mary uncovers next!
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