Sunday, March 25, 2018

Review: A Bazaar Murder

A Bazaar MurderA Bazaar Murder by Amy Phipps
My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Amanda Blakemore returns to Juniper Falls, Ohio after finding her husband in bed with another woman. Heartbroken and wounded by his betrayal she agrees to move in with her grandmother, Margaret. After being volunteered to help with the church bazaar Amanda and Margaret stumble over the body of Florence Hardy. Juniper Falls wealthiest woman not to mention rudest. As the list of suspects keeps growing by the minute the girls recruit neighbor and Ex-Sheriff Henry and eccentric gossip-loving Olive to help investigate. Along with a little help from a St. Bernard named Twinkie they may just catch a killer.

My Thoughts:

Cover/Title: I chose this book because I needed a book with a house on it for a Goodreads challenge.

Characters: I enjoyed these characters. They all seem to be quirky in their own way. My favorite is the dog, Twinkie. Yep, he likes Twinkies!

Plot: Amanda moves in with her grandmother after catching her husband cheating on her. She throws herself into helping with the local bazaar to keep herself too busy to think about her problems. Unfortunately, a body is found and the sheriff is incompetent. They race to find the real murderer before they become victims themselves.

Overall: This is your average small town mystery. It is definitely worth the read. It is quick and easy for those days that you can't deal with anything more complex.

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