Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Killer WASPs: A Killer Wasps Mystery by Amy Korman

Kristin owns an antique store and can barely pay the rent.  Life can be tough when you're single and you have a lot of other stores competing for the small town's dollars.  It gets even tougher when your dog finds a dead man under a bush...

Witness Impulse and Edelweiss gave me the opportunity to read this book for review (thank you).  You can grab a copy online now.

This is a cozy mystery that has Kristin and her friends looking for a murderer.  The victim was an aggressive land developer that was going after land the owners don't want to sell.  His wife is glad he's dead.  And they have trouble finding anyone in town who liked him.  How are they going to find his killer?

They fumble around from place to place hunting for clues and asking embarrassing questions.  Kristin develops two budding romances and isn't sure which one she prefers.  Her dog still needs his walks.  

While the story is not as intense as some murder mysteries, I enjoyed the humor, the mistakes made, the flirting men, and Kristin does eventually solve the crime.  This is a good read for those who like cozies and a bit of romance in their reads.

Why not settle into a comfortable chair and visit Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania?

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