Paper, Scissors, Death by Joanna Campbell Slan

November 14, 2008 at 10:30 am Leave a comment

I enjoy scrapbooking. I enjoy mysteries. So when this crossed my desk, well it was a no brainer with the subtitle: A Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-N-Craft mystery.

Kiki lives in a wealthy St. Louis suburb and when her husband is found dead, naked, in a hotel room, she loses her comfortable life and sets out to find her husband’s killer. Hunky detective Chad Lowenstein helps her.

I was pleased with this book – it incorprates some good scrapbooking tips and it was a good mystery. The ending sets up what I hope is going to be a series.

Kiki is likable and there’s a great quirky cast of secondary characters. My only trouble was with sequencing- sometimes it was hard to know what day it was and when stuff had happened.

All in all an enjoyable read and I look forward to Kiki’s next adventure.


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