Written by Lorna Barrett
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
This story of murder is a layback whodunit. There is a killing, but a somewhat none violent one in the storeroom of a bookstore owned by the protagonist Tricia.
Tricia and her sister Angelica are business women in a small tourist town that is in the offseason. Angelica owns a restaurant. Hence, there is not much to do with few customers other than to solve the murder of Tricia’s employee.
The victim is not what everyone suspected which increases the interests of the sisters and propels the narrative forward. The case slowly moves forward to the end which goes up in flames.
Ms. Barrett’s story is a predictable one but intriguing pleasantly. There is no harshness in her writing which moves along smoothly explaining why the main character Tricia goes about doing the business of being involved without trying.
There was no heavy thinking to be done in the reading of this novel. So if you’re not looking for a messy murder story, this novel is for you.
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