Books by Margaret Logan

NEVER LET A STRANGER IN YOUR HOUSE by Margaret Logan
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 17, 1995

"Omnicompetent Olivia, in her second outing (The End of an Altruist, 1994), goes through some sharply etched bouts of doubt, fear, betrayal, and anger before sliding into the much less realistic unmasking."
First off, it's not a ``stranger'': it's Boston decorator Olivia Chapman's former neighbor, writer Lori Lutz. Read full book review >
THE END OF AN ALTRUIST by Margaret Logan
Released: Feb. 17, 1994

"The mystery's more substantial than in Logan's earlier outings (C.A.T. Caper, 1990, etc.), but the real pleasure here is watching Olivia—who's as tough-minded and resourceful as she needs to be—keep landing miraculously on her feet until the fadeout."
It isn't bad enough that leukemia-research Nobelist Dr. Jonathan Griscom is gunned down on the hard-case Roxbury street he was trying to help rehabilitate; as soon as his dithery widow Jane announces her plans to open a daycare in the neighborhood, she's shot too. Read full book review >