Title: Fear in the Sunlight
Author: Nicola Upson
Source: from publisher for review
Review Summary: I almost really loved this well-written, atmospheric mystery, but the end was just too unsatisfying.
Mystery writer Josephine Tey is in Portmeirion to meet with Alfred Hitchcock and his wife about a film deal. Hitchcock is also in Portmeirion to scout the location and set up tricks to reveal his crews response to guilt and fear. In this tense atmosphere, no one is prepared to deal with the murder of two women on the island. The island police don’t seem particularly interested in finding the killer and it’s only years later that another murder connected to a Hitchcock film begins to lead to the truth.
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