Reviewed by Sandra Merville Hart
Book & Mug Mysteries
This first book in the series snagged my attention from the beginning! I love when a small-town cast of believable—mostly lovable—characters collide in a cozy mystery. Of course, I tried to figure out the mystery along with characters. 😊
Saundra Bailey, the new children’s librarian in Cadburn, Ohio, loves her new apartment and job, but doesn’t feel safe. A stranger attempts to get into her apartment and later tries to snatch her purse. The danger escalates from there. Who can she trust?
Kai Shane, owner of the Book & Mug, has been in town a few years and still isn’t welcomed by the “royal” family. He and his cousins, Eden and Troy, are on their own mission to find their family who put them with a foster family and never came back.
Saundra captures Kai’s attention right away. He’s concerned about her safety—and the break-in’s at his own building.
The author does a wonderful job of building a cast of believable characters. I was so pulled into the story that I wanted to study the documents myself!
This is not the first book I’ve read by this talented author. Levigne has delivered a well-written cozy mystery that captivated me and kept me turning pages. It’s filled with twists and I couldn’t put it down!
I can’t wait to read the next book in the series!
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Thanks, Sandy — your opinion means a LOT!
Up next is “Someone Dancing On My Grave,” when two rival dancing clubs …. clash.
Michelle, you’ve created a town filled with great characters. Add a mystery and you’ve snagged my attention! When is the next book releasing?
Probably this time next year. I still have to write it. 😎
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