Review: ‘Madame ZeeZee’s Nightmare’

Great review from Malcolm R. Campbell, author, blogger, and reviewer extraordinaire.

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If you’re taking a dance class and its members find out you’re a writer and ask you to write a murder mystery about the class, what will you do? I happen to know author Pat Bertram has been taking a dance class or two or three and that her friends thought such a novel would be a real hoot.

That said, I’m surprised that Pat’s publisher didn’t put a disclaimer at the beginning of the novel that claimed “No dance class members were killed during the writing of this book.” But, Pat and her publisher Indigo Sea Press threw caution to the winds, so one wonders where the fiction begins and the truth ends–and vice versa.

The result is a very readable hoot.

When the students at a small town’s studio class find out that one of them is an author, they think it would be fun for her to…

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2 Responses to “Review: ‘Madame ZeeZee’s Nightmare’”

  1. Malcolm R. Campbell Says:

    Thanks for reblogging my post. I had a good time reading this. In fact, I spent most of a day reading it when i was supposed to be working. I think lots of folks would love the book.


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