Reviews of The Fifth Estate

The Fifth Estate“Mystery novels aren’t known for their charm, until The Fifth Estate. A magical trip down the rabbit hole into the wonderland of the Sixties and Seventies, with all your friends; then emerging into the ‘reality’ of The Fifth Estate. Very worth the read.”
— Wick Downing whose award-winning, mystery-suspense novels range fromThe Player, published in 1974 to his latest, The Trials of Kate Hope.

“A clever, entertaining, plot-twister! The Fifth Estate begins when an aging hippie goes missing, then takes an exciting plunge down memory lane that will leave the songs of the Beatles, Janis Joplin and other greats of the era ringing in your head. Steven R. Berger has written a not-to-be-missed mystery.”
— Margaret Coel, author of the Wind River mystery series.

“A clever, intelligent, literary crime novel with something for everyone—the ’60s, rock and roll, today’s techy existence, with a twist that adds an international flavor. Savor the read!”
— Christine Goff, author of the bestselling Birdwatcher’s Mystery series.

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