A Big Fat Greek Murder review

This is the second book in the newer Goddess of Greene St. mystery series by Kate Collins who’s well-known for her Flower Shop mysteries that became the basis for a series of Hallmark TV mystery movies. I liked this book even better than the first, and I have a feeling I’ll probably end up saying that about each one. I can’t wait for the next book and loved how this one ended.

My Goodreads review:

A Big Fat Greek Murder (A Goddess of Greene St. Mystery Book 2)A Big Fat Greek Murder by Kate Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book with its sometimes-funny scenes and great characters! Athena’s sister ended up in jail for a murder she didn’t commit, and it was pretty hilarious picturing her mom going to the jail with food then getting into it with the warden over said food.

I loved that Case was interested in Athena and thought they made a pretty good investigating team. He was amazing at how he could think on his feet and hide, just what a great investigator would do. There were quite a few suspects, and I got sucked into believing every one of them was guilty whenever they were discussed, but I apparently guessed whodunit before Athena did. The showdown was suspenseful and exciting, and everyone got to be a little bit of a hero. The ending of the book was really awesome (and a touch funny too!). I’m really excited to read the next book!

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3 thoughts on “A Big Fat Greek Murder review”

  1. This sounds like a fun series, but I promised myself I would not start any new cozy mystery series until I caught up on all the ones I had already started. This will go on the wishlist though. Nice review Tari.

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