Sunday, February 16, 2014

Review: Tax Cut by: Michelle Lynn Seigfried & Giveaway

Title: Tax Cut
Author: Michelle Lynn Seigfried
Publisher: Createspace
Pages: 258
Format: ebook
Source: Book Tour


You'll L.O.L. because Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton is at it again! Working for a government riddled with crime, she and her sidekick Bonnie investigate to find out the answer to the pressing question: Who killed Vinny Buttiglieri? She finds herself entangled with dangerous mobsters and corrupt politicians. She thinks she's doing the right thing, but can she save herself when she becomes entrenched too deep in this Jersey shore mystery?

My Thoughts: 

This book follows Chelsey Alton as she finally goes back to work when a city clerk winds up dead Chelsey's friend convinced her to get the job, when she does she finds out she gets more than she bargained for.

Chelsey and her good friend Bonnie end up looking into the death of Vinny.  Who was really out to get him?  This book also was told from a two angle one angle was Chelsey the other are the bad guys who committed the murder.  Which made it a very interesting story, as we are quick to find out who is involved with the death of Vinny then to watch Chelsey piece it together. Will she solve it before she winds up like Vinny?

I really enjoyed the twists and turns this book took plus learning about the people in Chelsey's life, it was great to have a single mom being a detective so to speak.  I also loved her banter with her friend Bonnie and how she handled Mike Nero Chelsey's stalker who seems to think they are destined to be together.  Can't wait to see what this author comes up with next!


I have one copy of this book to giveaway it's a Kindle copy so in the comments below include your email address, and I will select one winner at random to win a copy of this great book!
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2 shout outs:

Unknown said...

Hi Paula! I just wanted to stop by and thank you for hosting my new novel on your blog today! I very much appreciate it!

Anonymous said...

I love Michele's writing work. I've already had the chance to read the Red Tape and I find it an entertaining 5 stars book.
Would love to read her new novel too, so count me in:

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