Sunday, October 13, 2013

Review Deadly Notions by: Elizabeth Lynn Casey

Title: Deadly Notions
Author: Elizabeth Lynn Casey
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Pages: 286
Series: Southern Sewing Circle #4
Format: Paperback
Source: Purchase
Purchase: Barnes & Noble | Amazon

Description:

Librarian Tori Sinclair would do anything for her new circle of friends-including throw a birthday bash for a fellow sewer's daughter. While the party is a hit, self-important pageant mom Ashley Lawson leaves the ladies wanting to permanently shut her high maintenance mouth. But when Ashley turns up dead, Tori and the girls need to figure out who really murdered the monster mom, before the finger-pointing causes their friendship to unravel.

My Thoughts:

This book opens up with Melissa getting ready for her daughter's birthday and trying to get everything right so Ashley Lawson will be satisfied with the event.  Not long into the book everyone has an idea on how to take out Ashley.  The next morning theories become reality when Ashley Lawson is found dead in her car strangled to death.  The whole southern sewing circle is in a world of trouble as they are all being looked at by the police for this crime.

Milo's ex has come back to town and wants her boyfriend back, unfortunately for Beth he wants Tori.  And after playing wolf one too many times and spelling it out to Tori that she wants her man back Milo decides enough is enough and sends her packing.

While leads Tori to suspect more is going on then meets the eye and realizes that Beth's life really is in danger.  So Tori sends Milo to save his ex-girlfriend one last time.

I loved going back with the southern sewing circle to see what adventures they are up too.  And learning a thing or two about the Belles!  What a great series and am about to start the next one!



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