Maggie Somerville was murdered in her bedroom. Specks of dust from vacuum cleaners and fibers were scattered to obscure suspicions. Nils Shapiro, an excellent Minneapolis private detective, comes to observe. He decides to find the killer, but no one is ye tof suspicion. Shapiro works with the police department to search backgrounds. When he puts his theory to test, he finds that the killer is closer to him than he thought.
Finding a book that I could read and enjoy is a little complicated, but if I do, I could finish it in one day. The beginning of this book was relatively slow and did not interest me. At one point, I wanted to discontinue reading this book, but once I was closer to the end of the book, I started to enjoy it a lot. The details from the murder become bigger and bigger, and anyone could be the killer. However, when Nils, the detective, put his theory to test, I felt a rollercoaster of emotions. Two things for sure, I would recommend this book to anybody with interests in mysteries, and the killer is not predictable. The cover is primarily white with specks of red. Even though the cover may not be as appealing, the storyline is interesting. This book deserves a rating of 5 because it definitely will amuse people and surprise them.