Sunday, August 20, 2017

Review: Vacation is Murder by: Carolyn Arnold


Title: Vacation is Murder
Author: Carolyn Arnold
Publisher: Createspace
Series: McKinley Mysteries #2
Pages: 142
Format: e-book
Source: GEBT

Description:


There's only so much relaxation two former detectives can handle—even if they're on their honeymoon. With their recent fall into money, Sean and Sara McKinley should be living it up, enjoying the sun and beaches of Cancun. But heading into their third week they've had just about enough lying around.


When the husband of a couple they've befriended is kidnapped and held for ransom, it has the McKinleys putting their experience to use. As they set out in the unfamiliar landscape of paradise, the investigation will have them risking their lives to stop a killer.

My Thoughts:

This book follows former detectives Sara and Sean McKinley who are on their honeymoon in Cancun what they didn't count on is mystery following them.  When the husband of a couple Sara and Sean meets goes missing it's up to Sara and Sean to find him.  Who took Earl and why?

This book continues not far from where the previous one left off.  It's full of sun and fun and mystery which always makes for a good mystery.  This one was full of suspense and mystery which draws you in wanting to find out what happened to the husband and who the mysterious girl in the sunhat is.  Can't wait to see what is next in the series!

2 shout outs:

Anonymous said...

First of all I would like to say fantastic
blog! I had a quick question that I'd like to ask if
you do not mind. I was curious to find out how you center yourself
and clear your thoughts prior to writing. I have had trouble clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughts out there.
I do take pleasure in writing but it just seems
like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be wasted simply just trying
to figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints? Appreciate
it!

Carolyn Arnold said...

Thank you to the blogger for hosting.

To "Anonymous", I find it best to avoid caffeinated coffee! LOL But some days, it is much harder to focus than others. I think a lot of it comes down to discipline. Sitting butt in chair, hands on keyboard. I've also found meditating helps to quiet the mind and has been quite beneficial to do in the mornings before I start to write.