Book Review of What Rose Forgot

What Rose Forgot
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Is Rose Dennis really a demented, old woman or is someone trying to kill her? Nevada Barr, author of the Anna Pigeon Mystery series, has written this humorous standalone. It starts out slowly with Rose as a drugged crazy person in a Memory Unit of a nursing home. She comes to the conclusion that someone is trying to murder her and then the fun begins. Her older sister, Marion, is a computer hacker recluse and helps Rose with her internet capabilities. Along with her 13 year old granddaughter, Mel, and Royal, Mel's friend, they hide Rose from the police and the orderlies. Rose uses her Buddhist teachings to try to figure out her perpetrator. There is a lot of action as Rose is her own detective. I found the epilogue which tells us what is now going on with all of the characters kind of unique. Some of the escapades are unbelievable but fun and humorous. I would highly recommend this book to those who love quirky mysteries. Thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for the ARC to read and review.