Saturday, September 22, 2018

A Killing by the Sea by Kathleen Bridge

Living by the sea and working in her aunt's hotel is fun and she loves her aunt and tales of what she did in the past.  She never expected to find a dead man on the beach.  The worst part is she knows him...

Lyrical Underground and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published September 25th.

They determine that his death was not accidental but was murder.  But who on the boat did it? 

She and her boyfriend visit Jake's house and learn he must be doing more than he's supposed to be on those boat cruises.  He wouldn't be able to afford it just by bringing in fish.  

He's not the only one who has more money than he should.  Then there's another murder.  Who killed him?

As they work they way through clues and guesses in this cozy you find yourself rooting for the girl and her boyfriend to find the truth.  They do.  This one was a fun read with a touch of romance.  I liked it.

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