samedi 21 mars 2020

Sunsets, Sabbatical and Scandal ( A Camper & Criminal cozy mystery 10) by Tonya Kappes

Hello to all,

                   My country is kind of in a lockdown ( but a bit more souple at least until now) so while we are obligated to stay at home we can enjoy more reading time. Today i'm sharing with you the latest Tonya Kappes book that will release this week so you can preorder it if you want a new good cozy to spend your time.

Happy reading and courage to all!

Publisher: Harlequin Romantic Suspense
Publication: 2020
Genre: cozy mystery, southern
Violence: mild
Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 16+

Description from goodreads :

 Welcome to Normal, Kentucky~ where nothing is normal.

Who served up the murder at Normal Diner?

A beloved resident of Normal, Kentucky is found dead on the floor of the Normal Diner, leaving the entire town on high alert. Faster than the short order cook can say order up... the laundry ladies are in the scene.

News spreads fast about the murder and Detective Hank Sharp is hungry for answers.

Mae West along with the Laundry Club ladies come up with a list of suspects and the evidence is piling up faster than a juicy double cheeseburger.

Who murdered the beloved citizen?

Was it a hit to score some extra lunch money?

My opinion:
          While the culprit was evident for me since the beginning is till got immersed into the story and i was definitively more interested by Mae's past. We learned a bit about her past in precedent book but this time we get a real sight of part of it and it only brings more question which mean i can't wait to read next book..

This is really a great cozy mystery with a good read to keep you entertained until the last page and just leave you wanting for more. The characters are funny,  the feeling is good , the romance is cute really it 's a good instalment.
In fact this one could even be read as stand alone without trouble.

If you need a good cozy mystery during these difficult time, this is one you could binge on without hesitation or regret.

Score:  4/5

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