Today I am discussing Berried Alive by Chelsea Thomas the husband and wife writing team. As you all know I was given the opportunity to review the first book in the series and fell in love with the characters and storyline. Below is my review for the fourth installment to the Apple Orchard Mystery series.
Berried Alive by Chelsea Thomas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I continue to enjoy this cozy mystery series. I find them to be well written and very entertaining. The plot moves at a steady pace that keeps you engaged. The characters are well-developed and each instalment they are being fleshed out more. Teeny always evokes a giggle or two, and I rarely laugh out loud so when I do you know I am enjoying the book.
Chelsea, her aunt May and Teeny are at it again - Chelsea finds a dead body and it looks suspicious but the new police chief Sunny Flannigan (formerly Det. Wayne Hudson's partner) is calling it death by natural causes!
The town is protesting a Massive Mart being built, and it could affect Teeny, as well as the rest of the town’s independent businesses. What develops has our amateur sleuths sifting through each new clue, leading them to all sorts of danger. Chelsea is being admired by Germany Turtle who had fallen in love with her reading all the articles about her sleuthing when he was living in Africa. Det. Wayne Hudson has been out of town for several months as a witness in a trial, but he does come back and wants to see were their dance leads.
I highly recommend this book/series. It can easily stand alone but I recommend you read the series from the beginning.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review
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