Sign of Foul Play Reviews

"Connor Westphal, deaf journalist/ sleuth, is caught up once again in the more lethal happenings of Flat Skunk, Calif. After her successful first outing in Dead Body Language, the wisecracking, thirty-something Connor continues to search for any story other than the local frog-racing contest that will give her newspaper, the Eureka!, an edge over the competition. Through Connor's spunky first-person narrative, Warner, a sign-language/ special-ed teacher, perfectly perceives and communicates. As in the first Connor mystery, it is not wise to read the last couple of chapters before bedtime. This is delicious, with a fun, irreverent protagonist."

– Publisher's Weekly, November 1997