Another great installment of A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery. Poor Gemma is just trying to have a book signing with a (cranky) author, when all of a sudden she is dead, right there in the store. Now Gemma has to put her sleuthing to use to decide who is responsible and why. It becomes more personal when someone she knows becomes a suspect.
I like the process Gemma goes through in coming up with suspects and motives. She also gets to work some with the police in this endeavor, although, they are not always happy about it.
I look forward to more in this series. I received a copy from the publisher, the review is my own.
I really enjoyed how this book went back and forth between the past and present to tell the story. It gives you the background and lets you know the outcome. I did not find it hard to keep up with the story as it was written. There are also two other books in this series, but you don't have to have read them to understand this story, but it will help with the present day story. I also enjoy learning history in the context of a fictional story and this one was no exception.
The story tells about Therese Jennings in the 1860's and Nicole Talbot in present day. When Nichole comes home she finds out much about her family's legacy some good and some not as expected, but with help, she is able to get it all sorted out.
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I received a copy of this book from the publisher, the review is entirely my own.
I really enjoyed reading this book and it was a story of generations and understanding. Hazel is very watchful of her family after her sister disappears. Her daughter resents her for it, while her granddaughter loves her for it. I really got in to it as the family had to come together and really talk things out and just maybe come back together.
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