LUNACY'S FAN FICTION REVIEWS
Lois Cloarec Hart
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Alternative stories are designated as such with an [Alt] at the end of the title line.
This file features reviews of stories written by Lois Cloarec Hart. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
**MURDER MOST FOUL by C Paradee and Lois Cloarec Hart - [Alt]
Two of our very talented bards join forces in an entertaining mystery about an unsolved murder, greed, bigotry and some unexpected otherworldly guidance. When Jaye MacLaren travels to Tucker's Way for the funeral of her murdered aunt the last thing she expects is to end up speaking with her recently departed relative but aunt Delia is on a mission - a mission to see an innocent exonerated and a mission to help her niece find happiness. Assured by her aunt's ghost that Lindsay Daniels, Delia's live-in help, did not commit the murder, Jaye bails the young woman out and then proceeds, with Lindsay's help, to search for the real killer. In the weeks ahead the two women will forge a deepening friendship as they learn things about Delia's life that will in turn make them reevaluate their own, all-the-while getting closer to a killer...and closer to a truth about themselves. Telling two stories in one, C Paradee and Lois Hart do a fine job of interweaving both tales and making us care about the principals involved in each. Jaye's gradual enlightenment about her aunt and herself combined with Lindsay's inner strength makes for a compelling partnership between these two as they help one another unravel both a murder mystery and a mystery of the heart. Another MUST READ addition to the uber genre. DO NOT MISS! - 73 pgs., 2/4/02
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