The Night the Lights Went Out by Karen White

Reviewed by Stephanie Ramirez (Library Staff)

In the mood for some light mystery? Look no further than Karen White’s The Night the Lights Went Out. Although not considered a “cozy” mystery (there is a murder after all), the character development is paramount here and gets the main emphasis in the story. The story follows two women at different junctures of their lives–Merliee, a divorcee whose husband recently left her for her kids third grade teacher, and Sugar, the local town curmudgeon and Merilee’s landlord. If you are looking for a light end-of-summer read, look no further.

Located in Large Print Fiction (LP WHITE)

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