Addie has worked with books and in a prestigious library at that. She has now moved into her hometown to settle down with a small shop.
Her friendship with the Police Chief does not go down well with a certain lady and when June is found murdered, Addie finds herself mired in innuendo connecting her to the lady's death. No slander no libel possible, just a gossip column doing untold damage to her reputation and to her business.
Addie is determined to get to the bottom of the story and slowly a plot of pirate treasure, caves, family feuds going back centuries are uncovered. Added to this is Addie's own troubles of the heart, having just got over her relationship and now finding both the Chief of Police and the new Surgeon at the local hospital both attracted to her. She herself is in a quandary not knowing whom she likes the most and this makes her very unpopular!
Told in a step by step cozie mystery manner, this was a nice mystery murder read.
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Kensington Books.
I love the cozy mysteries Kensington publishes.ReplyDelete
This sounds great! I love cozy mysteries that center around bookstores.ReplyDelete
I wish I had more time to read cozies, they are generally so enjoyable.ReplyDelete