Review: Family Is Murder by: Carolyn Arnold

by - Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Title: Family is Murder
Author: Carolyn Arnold
Publisher: Hibbert Stiles Publishing Inc
Series: McKinley Mysteries #5
Pages: 119
Format: e-book
Source: GEBT


The search for a maid results in a mess. 

When a woman shows up and claims to be Sara's birth mother, it pits Sara and Sean against each other. Sara opens her heart and wants to believe the woman, but Sean is suspicious of her true identity and motive. After all, there are billions at stake. But when the woman goes missing and a dead body turns up, they both start to question the truth. 

Led by Sara's intuition, they pursue all possible leads and soon realize they may have welcomed a killer into their home.

My Thoughts:

This book follows Sara and Sean as they are deep in interviews with women in hopes of finding a maid/cook/organizer.  The next interviewer is late and Sara and Sean find themselves face to face with a woman claiming to be Sara's mother, which puts Sean on the fence about whether or not this woman is who she claims to be.  Is she after Sara and Sean's money or is she the real deal?

Not long after this the woman goes missing and so did the maid who applied for the shop but failed to show up for the interview.  Which make Sara and Sean wonder what happened and where are the two women?

This book has so much going on especially as they persue a killer to figure out what happened.  This book really showed a strain between Sara and Sean.  Sara's quick to accept the woman as her mother without knowing for sure and Sean hesitant to jump into the fire!  I can't wait to see what is next I love this series so much it's got fun and adventure and tons of mystery to solve!

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