Murder, humor, and south Florida seniors are just a few words to describe this short novel. Nothing deep about this book. If you want a fun and silly read give this book a try. Take it with you when you visit the pool or beach.
Second in the series. I didn't like this one as much as the first, but it was still pretty good, if a bit ridiculous. Kate Kennedy is very likeable and the writing is well done. The plot of this one was just rather silly.
When the founder of the yoga institute Kate Kennedy attends is murdered at a special dinner, the senior sleuth investigates -- and finds that all was not as she thought. This is the second in the series and isn't as good as the first.
This is the 2nd book in the Kate Kennedy mystery series. I enjoyed this one.
The senior ladies at Ocean Vista can be a riot. Kate gets drawn into investigating who killed Swami Schwartz the founder of the Palmetto Beach Yoga Institute, where everything is fabulous, the dancing, the food etc...that is until Swami steps all over Kate's feet while dancing with her and then he keels over dead as a doornail after someone spikes his drink. Kate again teams up with her best friend and sister in law Marlene for a new mystery and sort through all the suspects to find the killer. You will find Dallas Dalton an interesting character as well.
Kate Kennedy and her friends will make you laugh out loud. It's a quick and cozy fun read and I highly recommed this series.
I enjoyed this and will be looking for more in the series. Kate Kennedy and her husband retired and moved to Florida. He drops dead the day they sign the papers on the condo so Kate is alone. She gets involved in yoga classes and her Swami turns up dead. How is he involved with the the organization called Life Preserver? Who killed Swami Swartz? How he was involved with the restaurant owner, the beautiful yoga student, the handsome doctor? And who did it????