At a bookstore reading amateur sleuth Kate Jasper is surprised to see one of the participants, the elegant Shala Greenfree, slump over in her chair. Kate's a bit bored herself...but falling asleep in one's chair seems a bit rude. But it turns out Shayla wasn't dying of boredom, she was just STONE COLD DEAD!
A true mystery until the end as to who committed the murders. I kept reading until the end, good read if mysteries are your liking. Enjoy!!
But who knew that Crossover Night involved the Ferryman of Death? Certainly not S.X. Greenfree who came to do a simple authors' signing and died unnoticed in front of her audience instead, while her fellow author, Yvette Cassell, read one chapter too many of A Small Detection. Now, Kate must figure out why S.X. Greenfree cried out her name before collapsing, not to mention finding the popular writer's murderer.
Kinda makes you want to stay alert at authors' signings from now on, doesn't it?
And it kinda gives Kate an aversion to leprechauns after her visit to the troublesome Yvette Cassell's house, thus the final recipe in DEATH HITS THE FAN...