I enjoyed this book. It was fun with enough twists and red herrings that it was enjoyable and left me guessing multiple times. The main character has skills and knowledge that easily and realistically allow her to investigate. It makes her nosing into things effortless. It isn’t one of those mysteries that the main character has no reason to be investigating, This makes me happy. The only thing I struggled with (and I find it irritates me in any murder mystery book so it is a personal issue and not the Author’s fault) I hate when, near the end, the main character thinks that they are invincible and don’t need any support nor protection aside from their own abilities. I don’t know why it drives me mental, but it does. However this irritation didn’t effect my ability to enjoy this book, it just made me roll my eyes and go right on enjoying the story.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a cozy murder mystery. It is clean, entertaining and well written. I look forward to reading more books from this Author, especially as this series develops.
The sound began softly, so distant and light that those waiting didn’t notice it at first, or if they did, they attributed it to a large truck or convoy of vehicles passing on the nearby freeway. But the sound grew louder and more insistent, demanding that it be noticed. It was uneven and buzzy―uncomfortable even―like a massive swarm of yellow-jackets furious that their nest had been disturbed. A minute later, black dots appeared on the horizon, grew larger, and closed over the broad parking lot and manicured lawn and gardens surrounding the church, heading toward the mourners.
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