Monday, November 7, 2016

Review: Key To Murder by: Vicki Vass


Title: Key To Murder
Author: Vicki Vass
Publisher: Cozy Cat Press
Series: An Antique Hunters Mystery
Pages: 218
Format: e-book
Source: GEBT

Description:

A mysterious woman appears on the doorstep of Great Aunt Sybil's Attic in the middle of the night. Owner Anne Hillstrom lets her in, only to have the woman die in her arms. With no final words, and only an old lantern clutched to her chest, the dead woman provides Anne and her partner CC precious few clues to discover her murderer or why she spent her last moments in their antique store. The two Antique Hunters search for clues, finding themselves entangled in a centuries-old mystery leading them to a cemetery in Ireland where a ghost from the past has left them a cryptic message, and a killer has left them no choice but to discover his identity before he kills again. On their journey, the two best friends encounter antiques, romance and the key to a murder. Key to a Murder is the fourth book in the Antique Hunters Mystery series.

My Thoughts: 

This book follows Anne Hillstrom who lets an elderly woman holding a old latern in her hand and dies in Sybil's attic the store owned by Anne Hillstrom and CC who find themselves trying to figure out what happened with the old woman and why she came to them and what for?

This book was full of mystery, adventure and even humor at some of Anne's antics when it comes to antique hunting and brushes with the law.  Definitely a great book for cozy mystery lovers who enjoy great antiques along with their history and the mystery will leave you reading until the last page to figure it out!

1 shout outs:

vickivass said...

Thanks, Paula, for the review.

Vicki Vass