Wonderful cozy, once again she has hit it out of the park. Great story, characters growing all the time. Loved it.
While the mystery was pretty good; I felt that the overall story didn't get very far and I didn't feel the connection to the characters this time. If you read this series you will enjoy it, but if it was the first one, I probably wouldn't have read any others.
this book was so good, it left me wanting more so I got the rest in the series
Lee McKinney is involved with one of the pillars of small town America -- a committee. She's treasurer of the Warner Pier Winter Arts Festival planning committee. This is a minor inconvenience until the juror for the arts show winds up dead in his motel room, and Lee was the person who dropped him off there. How do a small-town grand dame, a choir director, a sculptor, a shy publicist, and a sinister snowman fit in? Can even Aunt Nettie's chocolate keep Lee from being a suspect?
Not in this mystery. Lee and her husband Joe are the chief suspects. Lee dropped the professor murdered off at a motel because he was hitting on her. Joe tried to call the professor that night and found him dead the next morning so he was also a suspect. However, The professor had the list of phone number of everyone on the winter arts committee. Did he call one of them, and insult them and they murdered him? REad the book and uncover the mystery.
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