Saturday, April 17, 2010

Remember the Alibi by Elizabeth Daniels Squire

Imagine a woman who is good at solving mysteries, but who can't remember anything. No, really!

This is a Peaches Dann mystery, and Peaches definitely has a memory problem. But she also seems to find herself in the middle of murder mysteries.

The story begins with what appears to be a series of suicides - all using sleeping pills. But each of the suicide notes seem to be almost the same. Suddenly it appears it may be a serial killer. Especially when the dead people seem to have withdrawn all their money right before they died...

Then Peaches finds out that her father may be the next victim and all her family and friends turn into suspects. Who of those people she knows could do such a thing?

It's a bit like a cozy mystery, but it romps along quickly and you keep rooting for Peaches, who does have her challenges.

This book was provided by Five Star Sleuths. This is the second book in this series. If you like good light mysteries, try Peaches Dann.

I am giving away this review copy. If you'd like it, leave a comment here on my blog and email me at info @ (leave the spaces out) with your name and address and why you'd like the book.

1 comment:

SusanB said...

This sounds like a good book and one to be put on my TBR list. Have not heard of this author.