#Review Tuesday Mooney Wore by Black Kate Racculia

Tuesday Mooney Wore Black Book Cover Tuesday Mooney Wore Black
Kate Racculia
Mystery, Thriller, Horror
Harper Collins
1 Oct. 2019

You are cordially invited to play a game…

Tuesday Mooney loves a puzzle. So when an eccentric billionaire drops dead, leaving behind a fiendish treasure hunt – open to anyone – to his fortune, Tuesday can’t resist.

Although she works best alone, she soon finds herself partnering up with best friend Dex (money manager by day, karaoke-zealot by night) and the mysterious Nathaniel Arches, eldest son of a wealthy family who held a long-running feud with the dead man.

As the clues are solved, excitement across the city reaches fever pitch – but nothing is as it seems, and the puzzle-within-a-puzzle holds something much darker than a vast fortune at its heart…

Tuesday Mooney Wore Black
by Kate Racculia



Tuesday Mooney is my kind of girl, she would be my alter ego given half a chance. Tuesday is very much a person who likes to keep herself to herself, and is a bit of a loner but when she attends a charirty event and meets the wealthy, eccentric Vicent Pryce – who subsequently dies and posthumously announces that part of his fortune will go to the winner of a Boston-wide scavenger hunt, she gets a little excited! Tuesday is a researcher and this scavenger hunt is right up her street, and teamed with her best friend Dex, teenager neighbor, Dorry and several others she does everything she can to be the winner.

This was a fun read with plenty of twists, turns and red herrings that kept me guessing until the end, it did start off a little slow for me, but once I got going I started to fly through the pages.

4 stars





About the author:

Kate is a novelist living in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She is the author of the novels This Must Be the Place and Bellweather Rhapsody, winner of the American Library Association’s Alex Award. Her third novel, Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts, will be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2019.

Kate was a teenage bassoonist, and studied illustration, design, Jane Austen, and Canada at the University of Buffalo. She moved to Boston to get her MFA from Emerson College, and stuck around for 11 years. She has been a cartoonist, a planetarium operator, a movie and music reviewer, a coffee jerk, a bookseller, a designer, a finance marketing proposal writer, and a fundraising prospect researcher. She teaches online for Grub Street, works at her local public library, and sings in the oldest Bach choir in America.


I am Fee, a 30 -something SAHM bookworm! I love to read, and will read almost anything and everything. I am not afraid to try new genres of books and my main genre is horror, thriller.

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