Shadow Dancing Book Review

Classy, cool, and confident, Shadow Dancing is a witty page turner that is not to be missed.

Just the Facts

Name: Shadow Dancing (7th book in the Country Club Murders Mystery Series)

Author: Julie Mulhern

Publisher: Henery Press Publishing

A Little About the Book

It is 1975 and Ellison Russell can’t manage to stay away from dead bodies. Not only is death surrounding her, just as a psychic predicted, but her mother has even managed to find a body of her own. Can Ellison catch a killer and bring justice to all affected by a tragic situation before the killer strikes again?

Stuff You Should Know

1970s, multi-generational family, humor

Can You Start This Series in the Middle?
Each book in the series stands alone, but this is a series that has a lot of depth to it, and I would recommend reading through them all. They are great books and your loyalty to, and enjoyment of the characters really builds with each book. 

Want to Know What I Thought of Others in the Series?
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Marie’s Thoughts

This is one of my favorite series and I’m very thankful to have found it. Julie Mulhern does an amazing job of combining humor and more serious social issues, all while keeping a cozy mystery feel. The book is full of depth and just like past installments of the series and always leaves me wanting more. I stayed up late into the night reading this book, which I always think is a true testament to how enjoyable and addicting a book is. I can’t wait for the next one.



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