Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Review: Mint Chip Murder by Susan Gillard

Genre:
Cozy Mystery

Format:
E-Book

Publisher:
Guardian Publishing Group

Release Date:
May 1, 2016








Synopsis from Goodreads:

When a local hairstylist is bludgeoned to death inside her own salon, questions abound for Heather who wants to know who murdered Kelly Carlson, and why?

Was the murder premeditated, or spur-of-the-moment? Was the killer someone Kelly knew? Why are the police being so quite about it?

With little to go, Heather is on the hunt for answers. But will her biggest clue come too late?


My Review

I love this series! Have I said that recently? It has everything I love – humor, mystery, romance and it’s a cozy mystery! It’s also a shortie which makes a wonderful filler between long full length novels for me.

Heather and her detective boyfriend have a continuing sweet romance through each book. It’s delightful reading their progress and growth from book to book. This is only the sixth book in the series and there are a total of 37 in the series at the present time. My plan is to read each and every one of them.

The mystery itself isn’t terribly complex, but it’s a nice diversion and keeps the reader’s interest. This series has won me over.



For reading challenges:
2017 Foodies Read Reading Challenge

I got this as a freebie for my Kindle. All opinions expressed are my own.


6 comments:

  1. Your reviews of this series has me wanting to read these books. I like that they are shorter, and who doesn't love donuts?

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  2. Yvonne, this sounds like a fun cozy series! You must really enjoy the series since you're planning to read all of the books. :)

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  3. Has to be good if you are reading the series.

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