Thursday, October 4, 2018

Book Review for Murder by the Book

Addie Greyborne is living with the grief of losing both her father and fiancé, when an unknown aunt dies and leaves Addie her entire estate. Addie uses the opportunity to leave Boston and head to small New England town that is named after her family. There, with the inventory from her aunt’s estate, Addie is able to start her own bookstore. From the day she opens the shop she is hit with problem after promblem. Things escalate until a local business owner is found dead, and her new friend Serena is charged with the murder. Addie insists on untangling the mystery behind the shopkeeper’s death and the string of events that have been plaguing her. 

So, I loved this cozy mystery from the start. It was one of those books where you keep telling yourself you will go to bed as soon as you read just one more chapter. Yet, you can’t stop reading. There were a lot of characters introduced through the novel, and some reviewers have said they had a hard time keeping them straight. I didn’t find that to be the case as of the characters were unique enough to be remembered. The story offers some unique twists and turns, and it does a great job of tying everything together in the end. As soon as I finished this book, I went to Amazon to make sure that was another book in this series. I was excited to see that there was and added it to my TBR pile. #MurderByTheBook; #netgalley

Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of this book.

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