Poison Pen by Sheila Lowe is page turner written by a hand writing expert. When the author approached me about her books, I was intrigued because hand writing analysis has long been of interest to me.

This novel is the first in a series of mysteries involving a main character named Claudia Rose who is a hand writing expert. In this story Claudia attends the funeral of a former friend who is believed to have committed suicide. Her business partner thinks otherwise and hires Claudia with hopes of confirming the suicide note is a forgery. One thing leads to another and before long, Claudia becomes deeply embroiled in much more than she bargained for.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It is well-written and the author’s expertise in hand writing analysis made the plot all the more interesting. The quick-moving story with twists and turns kept me guessing right along with the main character Claudia. I plan to add Lowe’s remaining novels to my list of books to read. I surely liked this one! I trust you will as well!

About dianeledet

Professional Writing Consultant, Graduate of DePaul University School for New Learning 2008
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4 Responses to Handprints

  1. alison41 says:

    Sounds interesting. Graphology is one of the many things I’d love to look into but nowadays I wonder if its a dying science – so much of our written material comes via the keyboard and not the pen.

  2. Christy B says:

    Great to hear this is a good book! Looking forward to reading more of your book adventures 🙂

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