Cut, Crop and Die by Joanna Campbell Slan

June 26, 2009 at 6:35 am Leave a comment

This is the second of the Kiki Lowenstein mysteries and at first, I thought, hmm not sure if I’ll be reading these again since some of my earlier concerns about sequencing where not addressed, and Kiki didn’t really seem to be in amateur sleuth mode. But then came a twist, which surprised me, and after that point I had to admit I like Kiki and am more interested in her as a character than the secondary mystery plot line. The supporting cast of characters are equally fun as well.

When a woman dies at a scrapbooking retreat hosted by the store Kiki works for, she starts to do a little snooping. Her mother in law is also dealing with moles, which make for some funny scenes, and her daughter is rushing to be a grown-up. How will Kiki cope?

I’ll be looking forward to the third book in the series.


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