Bellevue by Alison Booth review - A cosy mystery with an undercurrent of tension and uncertainty

By Karen Viggers
April 1 2023 - 12:00am
Canberra author Alison Booth. Picture supplied
Canberra author Alison Booth. Picture supplied
  • Bellevue, by Alison Booth. Reddoor Press, $24.99.

The division of assets after death often causes significant friction within families, bringing out the worst in people. The echoes can resound for decades, leading to splits, ostracism and bitter reprisals. Hence the saying: where's there's a will, there's a relative.

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