Friday, August 24, 2012

Dying to Read - A Review

Cate Kincaid is working as an assistant to her Private Investigator uncle. Her first assignment - verify the address of a woman for a client. What she thought would be a simple task turns into anything but simple. She arrives at the address to find a group of hungry elderly mystery lovers, a deaf cat, the woman she's looking for having disappeared, oh and a dead body. Cate's list of suspects includes the entire group of ladies from the book club along with the missing woman and a few other unique characters. Not really knowing what she's doing, will Cate uncover the secrets that her suspects are hiding or will she become a part of the crime scene?

I've read several of Lorena McCourtney's books over the years, though nothing recently. I found this to be a true cozy mystery as opposed to romantic suspense. I enjoyed the characters and really loved the deaf cat. The book itself was a really fast read and ended being the perfect way to spend a Friday evening.

Fans of true mysteries will delight in this book. As will fans of cozy mysteries like those written by Mary Nealy.

I received this book from the publisher, Revell Books, for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Rating - 4 stars





Look for Dying to Read in August, 2012 at your favorite bookseller available from Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group.


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