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Author Livia J. Washburn’s latest foray into literary murder mysteries successfully marries entertainment with literature, highlighting the works of playwright Tennessee Williams in a fast-paced and enjoyable mystery novel. The prolific author has a winner in series heroine Delilah Dickinson, a Southern belle and feisty redhead (just don’t call her “Red”) with a knack for solving crime. Washburn has just the right touch with the literary theme, providing informative tidbits about Tennessee Williams’s life and work, without bogging the novel down with minutiae. A fun read!