This is the sixth book in the Kelly Jackson series by Janet Finsilver. I remember the first book being one of the first cozies I read and borrowed from Overdrive. The series has continued to be awesome, and I can’t say enough about how I love the Silver Sentinels, the mystery-solving group that adopted Kelly as a member even though she’s quite a bit younger than they are. Book 6 definitely didn’t disappoint and had quite a few exciting scenes.
My Goodreads review:
Murder in the Wine Country by Janet Finsilver
This was one of the most exciting books in the series with several places where I just couldn’t read fast enough to see what happened. Needless to say, reading this book makes a person not want to budge and do anything else. I really enjoyed that Kelly’s boss Michael got a much bigger part in this book than I ever remember from before. His work with the veterans especially those with PTSD was so admirable, and being the nice guy that he was, he never tried to talk up his own achievements.
I had the killer pegged fairly early on, but my reason was completely off. It was really cool how three couples may have been brought together by this whole ordeal. And as always, I just love the seniors who make up the Silver Sentinels, the group that welcomed Kelly into their meetings and enjoyed a good investigation. They definitely had their hands full this time with a murder, missing persons, someone being framed and plant poaching.
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Can’t wait to check this one out. 🙂
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