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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

6) Wall-to-Wall Dead by Jennie Bentley

The Blurb :

Avery and her partner, Derek, are fixing up a cute little condo in homey Waterfield, Maine, hoping for a quick turnaround and some extra money. It seems like a simple project—and Avery is looking forward to using her big-city experience with small spaces.

But they didn’t expect to have their every move watched by the resident busybody in the condo, Hilda Shaw, who loves snooping on everyone’s comings and goings. When the busybody becomes a dead body, Avery suspects foul play. Soon she’s doing some snooping of her own—and it seems everyone in the complex has a secret. Could one of them be worth killing for? Avery needs to work fast, before someone decides to fix her...for good.

My Thoughts :

I continued to get on top of one of my reading challenges for this year by reading another book from a series I have been working on for a few years.  There are quite a few series that I have neglected or just need the next installment for so I am trying to do some serious catching up this year.  I may even be able to get rid of some if I find I don't like them anymore!

However this series is one I really do enjoy.  Although this installment wasn't the best of the bunch so far I still liked it a lot.  The renovation aspect was a little thin this time around but the murder mystery was interesting if somewhat confusing at times but by the end I could even see what had happened and who the murderer was and why they did it.

With only one book left in the series I am pretty sure this is a series I am going to be able to cross off my challenge list within a couple of weeks.  I plan on reading the last part as soon as possible and see how the author closes the series.





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2 comments:

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Aurian said...

Wow spam on the blog is rearing its ugly head again I notice.
Great review Amber, another series I still need to start reading. Glad you keep enjoying it.