What a grand mystery in The Unveiling of Polly Forrest by Charlotte Whitney. This is the first book of this author's that I've read. The story brings in the reader instantly, and introduces the reader to Polly, and her family. Here it is, 1934. Michigan. There are different perspectives, but one thing that happens, Polly's husband Sam is dead. Murdered (and that's putting it lightly). I like how the story was put together, and the writing style of Whitney makes the story more interesting. The characters had a lot of depth and were very realistic. Polly is unique, and everyone seems to have their opinion about her. This read is so engrossing that it brings you right in the middle of the story. There is definitely a mystery, and though all eyes are on Polly, for whatever their own reasoning, but there is only one truth, and the story brings the reader to it, in time. A definite attention grabber. Both thrilling and intriguing, all the way to the end. I hope to read more books by this author. The Unveiling of Polly Forrest is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews.