Friday, July 4, 2014

Review: Dearly Depotted by: Kate Collins

Title: Dearly Depotted
Author: Kate Collins
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Series: A Flower Shop Mystery #3
Format: ebook
Source: Purchase


Abby has her hands full at her cousin Jillian's wedding as florist, bridesmaid, and grandma-sitter-all while wearing a hideous dress. Then the groom's 90-year-old grandmother goes missing from the reception. On her search, Abby finds the corpse of guest Jack Snyder. Now she must find out who killed Jack in the pulpit. 

My Thoughts: 

In this book Abby is a very busy gal, she is helping her cousin Jillian's wedding being a bridesmaid and in charge of flowers.  Even trying to keep everything working right and keeping Jillian from flying the coop, no one could predict murder would be on the wedding menu.

There are no shortage of murder suspects from Grace's boyfriend Davis, who has a checkered past in Texas.  A missing busboy who has served time in prison with the victim.  Or there is always the father of the woman screwed over by the victim,  with so many victims how will Abby ever weed through them all?

I really enjoy Abby she's not your typical sleuth.  She has flaws that normally aren't shown in cozy mysteries, and she is fiercely loyal to her friends and will go above and beyond to protect her family.  The end of this book had a surprising twist I can't wait to see what happens next for Abby!  Next in the series is: 

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