Mystery Review: “Death in a Mudflat” by N.A. Granger

Check out this review of the book, Death in a Mudflat, by N.A. Granger, as featured on Writer Christoph Fischer’s blog.


I’m a big fan of N.A. Granger as my previous blog posts and reviews prove. I’m delighted to share my review of the much anticipated new Rhe Brewster Mystery, Death in a Mudflat by N.A. Granger.

About the book

Fearless detective, ER nurse, devoted mother, and Pequod, Maine’s, answer to Kinsey Milhone, Rhe Brewster is back on the case. When an idyllic seaside wedding is suddenly interrupted by the grotesque sight of a decaying human arm poking out of the tidal mud, Rhe is thrown head first into a treacherous world of duplicity, drugs, and murder.

With her best friend Paulette and her main man Sam, the Chief of Police, Rhe seeks to solve the puzzle of the body found in the muck while also working with the FBI to identify the source of shipments of tainted heroin flooding the local campus and community. Maine’s opioid crisis has hit…

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