Avery Baker and her boyfriend, Derek Ellis, are flipping a seriously stigmatized house rumored to have ghosts. Soon they'll have even bigger problems-and this renovation project might haunt them forever.
My Thoughts :
I actually read this book last weekend but for some reason I totally forgot to write my review. So better late than never and all that ;)
The Do-It-Yourself Mysteries is a series I started reading back in 2011 and only got as far as the first book. Since then some of the other books in the series have been on my Kindle/wishlist waiting for some attention and over the Easter weekend I finally got around to this second installment.
I was worried about going back to the series after such a long break and also if I would still like the series. I remember enjoying the first book but after all this time there is the chance that my tastes have changed or I was mixing up my memories with another series. Well I didn't remember much about the main characters but within a few chapters I knew all I needed to know. They were lovely people who were enjoying their jobs and lives. The discovery of a dead body was just a spanner in the works and the sleuthing began!
This turned out to be a great read and a super cozy mystery. I enjoyed it and loved the renovation aspect. The characters are really easy to like and the location is definitely a place I would love to visit. The plot flowed nicely and even though I thought it was pretty obvious who the murderer was, it was a worthwhile read to follow the story to the end.
It is a shame that it took me so long to go back to this series and it is only because of a a reading goal I have set myself that this series has been picked back up again. So I am going to read the next part straight away so I can catch up a little more. After all there are seven books in the series and this is only number two!