Diane Donovan, senior reviewer at the Midwest Book Review, had this to say about Murder in Third Position: Robbins does an outstanding job of juxtaposing the ballet world with the investigative process that challenges Leah’s set roles, forcing her to new heights of realization about the world of dance, her colleagues, and her own ambitions…Libraries interested in mysteries that embrace the ballet world and the motivations of a non-P.I. dancer who finds herself pulled into an unexpected romance will find Murder in Third Position exquisitely complex, nicely steeped in both drama and the competitive atmosphere of the dance world. http://donovansliteraryservices.com/january-2023-issue.html#mit