Saturday, March 10, 2018

Review: Murder At The Fortune Teller's Table by: Janet Finsilver

Title: Murder At The Fortune Teller's Table
Author: Janet Finsilver
Publisher: Kensington
Series: A Kelly Jackson Mystery #3
Pages: 190
Format: e-book
Source: NetGalley


Poisons, prophecies—and a peculiar past . . .

When a local woman begins searching for a couple she hasn’t seen since the 1960s, Redwood Cove Bed and Breakfast manager Kelly Jackson and the crime-solving group, the “Silver Sentinels,” are quick to help out. They’re also quick to guess that they’re in over their heads after the woman is found dead beside the body of a Greek fortune teller—and a fellow Sentinel gets attackeds. As Kelly juggles work and her responsibilities at a food and wine festival in town, she and her sleuthing posse must confront a killer obsessed with old secrets . . . and solve a murder mystery more than fifty years in the making . . .

My Thoughts:

This book follows Kelly Jackson as she meets a fortune teller and her assistant Summer who wants help from the sentinels tracking down someone from her past.  The Sentinels set out on the search and find her within a day Summer and the Fortune teller is dead, and the Sentinels are carrying out her last request when Mary gets attacked by someone the Sentinels set out to find out what happened and why?  Will they figure it out or will their future lead to demise?

I love this series so full of so much between the Sentinels and people visiting the Bed and Breakfast and this one led to a story that took place in the 60's and what happened back then and those involved.  I really enjoyed visiting everyone and seeing what everyone is up to.

1 shout outs:

Angela said...

Murder mysteries are a genre that I want to read more of this year. I think I've only read one in my life so far. This sounds like an interesting one!