Books by Bronte Adams

MARGIN FOR MURDER by Bronte Adams
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 14, 1993

"Still, a respectable first effort."
A competent debut, set in the London publishing world, begins with the murder of Gilman Press editorial director Adrian Lynch, whose body is discovered by newly hired editor Aphra Colquhoun, who then becomes the CID's chief suspect—largely because she'd once been convicted of murder (committed in self-defense, actually, and she lost an eye in the fight). Read full book review >