Knifed in Nice review

This is the first book in a new series called Travel P.I. by Zara Keane who writes the incredibly funny Movie Club Mysteries. I knew I’d love this series when I met the main character in the most recent Movie Club mystery. She worked with her cousin Maggie Doyle in solving what was seeming like “And Then There Were None.”

Angel’s new sidekick for this series was hilarious in his own way, and seeing him interacting with Cesaire, the cat they delivered a ransom for was really funny. The book releases this Tuesday, October 5, 2021. If you’re already a fan of this author’s other series, you need this book. If you’re not, here’s a chance to start an awesome new series.

My Goodreads review:

Knifed In Nice (Travel P.I., #1)Knifed In Nice by Zara Keane
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I knew after reading the most recent Movie Club installment and meeting Maggie’s cousin, Angel Doyle, that I wanted to read more about her. This book was so awesome and since I knew there’d be the usual fun and humor along with adventure, I was never disappointed even once. There was more than one part in the book that I read something literally jaw-dropping and went, “What?? What just happened?” I loved the key players, and Angel couldn’t have a better sleuthing partner. For some reason I started thinking of him being like Sheldon lol, so it was even funnier. There were surprises and action around every corner, and I could barely put down the Kindle.

There were quite a few people getting offed, but never in a gory way. It didn’t surprise me when the whodunit was revealed, but I can’t really say I guessed. The reveal at the end regarding something else was fun too, and I’m eager now to read the next book. This book officially releases October 5, 2021.

I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the author via BookFunnel, and my opinions are my own.

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