I love this cozy series although the card making tips are ideas only (don't expect patterns) and somwhat simplistically written. Rebel Forge, Virginia is a wonderful small town atmosphere and we do revisit characters from time to time but each book can be a simple stand-alone mystery. Just as in the first two, I was kept guessing until the end as to which suspect was guilty. Aunt Lillian entertains as always and I find myself looking forward to Jennifer's next adventure.
Great book. I found it very entertaining just like the other ones in the series. And the authors sneaky way of sort of mentioning the other books he has written is very funny. Highly recommend reading this and the other Tim Myers books.
Enjoyed the third in this series very much. Some sadness, but some joy. Glad to meet new characters. Tied up a couple of loose ends and made couple of more, but okay, we can possibly make our own decisions on the endings.
This book was extremely enjoyable!
While I was not bored with the story, and have not read books one and two, I did find that the mistake in storyline distracting.
The main character takes a hot shower, immediately followed by her musing about the benefits of a steam bath or whirlpool bath, and then takes a short shower, gets dressed and departs. If it's a rewrite forced by an editor why did no one go back and check this?
This bothers me that these type of mistakes gets published. Doesn't anybody read this before it is sent for printing? Is there an entire lack of editing besides typographical errors and incorrect speech, punctuation and lack of fact checking?