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Another great book in this series. This was even better than the first book. I liked the way David and Sabrina made a great team looking for the murderer. It all started with Shannon talking Sabrina into going to see a psychic named Miss Terry. She told her Jessica would be found but she did not know if she was alive or dead or where. After Sabrina leaves and goes home she feels she needs to speak to Miss Terry again and try to see if she has more info about her sister even though she had said she did not. So she goes in the night to see her and Terry dead. Now she looks like a suspect. So now her and David work together to find the killer. I received this book as a gift in exchange for an honest review.
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Murder is heartbreaking, tragic and final, especially when it is a loved one that is victimized. Disappearances may be even worse. With death, at least there is a way for someone to move on and to grieve over their loved ones. But, without a body and with the realization that they could very well walk into their lives again at any moment, it is a perpetual discontinuance of life. Life is on hold and they are left waiting continuously. Waiting and wondering.
Another murder in the quaint little town of Treasure Cove. How did this little town without so much as a petty criminal history, have become such a dangerous place to be? This was a travel destination for most, but after hearing about two murders…it will surely dry up faster than the killer can be found. Miss Terri, a local physic, is found dead the day after Sabrina goes for a reading. Is that just coincidence? The fact that Miss. Terri drops a bombshell of a statement right in Sabrina’s lap about her missing sister…one who Miss Terri should really know nothing about. With her detective boyfriend, Sabrina is on the case yet again. She has started to become a natural at detective work…one thing that she really doesn’t want to be good at seeing the string of murders has picked up in the town lately. Can Sabrina get down to the bottom of who struck Miss Terri out before the next murder?
Potts has an entertaining murder mystery; however, there are a lot of untied ends which may or may not be broadcast in later installments. The characters are all pretty detailed and cagey, allowing the reader to be suspicious of everyone that the victim knew. The pace is fast and flows together and the book seems to have been written well. This review is complementing the audiobook; therefore, this observance is from the voice relay. The narrator did personify the main character exceptionally well; however, her other vocalizations and personalities weren’t very pronounced or lacked differences. If you are a reader of cozy mysteries and women’s fiction, this may be something to pick up; however, it is recommended that the series be read in order since the second installment is a continuance of the first in terms of character involvement and reoccurring investigations.
An audiobook was provided to Turning Another Page from Audiobookworm Promotions and in no way affects the honesty of this review. We provide a four-star rating for Caramels with a Side of Murder by Meredith Potts.