Murder is No Accident by A. H. Gabhart

    This has been a fun series as it ties a good mystery with great characters.  I love the small town atmosphere and how Maggie feels that using the old mansion is just the ticket to make her stories work.  She find more than she bargained for though when people start turning up dead.  I enjoyed the suspense of the book and how Maggie wanted to stay quiet about her involvement, but would up quite involved instead.
     I received a copy of this from the publisher, but the review is entirely my own.




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