This was a fun mystery and a little different from the average cozy.
~A Chick Who Reads
A mysterious woman appears on the doorstep of Great Aunt Sybil’s Attic in the middle of the night. Owner Anne Hillstrom lets her in, only to have the woman die in her arms. With no final words, and only an old lantern clutched to her chest, the dead woman provides Anne and her partner CC precious few clues to discover her murderer or why she spent her last moments in their antique store. The two Antique Hunters search for clues, finding themselves entangled in a centuries-old mystery leading them to a cemetery in Ireland where a ghost from the past has left them a cryptic message, and a killer has left them no choice but to discover his identity before he kills again. On their journey, the two best friends encounter antiques, romance and the key to a murder.
My Review: 5 out of 5 stars
I really enjoyed reading this story. It was a really cute story.
I really loved the characters I felt like I was connected to everyone of them. They were great and I felt connected to them.
This was a book that kept me on my toes. I love a good cozy mystery and this one hit the spot. I am glad I was able to read this book. I am looking forward to more.
I would recommend this book to cozy mystery fan readers.
I received this book for free for an exchange for a honest review.
About This Author:
Vicki has written more than 1,400 stories for the Chicago Tribune as well as other commercial publications including Home & Away, the Lutheran and Woman’s World. Her science fiction novel, The Lexicon, draws on her experience in Sudan while writing about the ongoing civil war for World Relief.
She lives in the Chicago area with her husband, writer and musician Brian Tedeschi, son Tony, Australian shepherd Bandit, kittens Terra and Pixel, seven koi and Gary the turtle.
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