Address For Murder
A Mail Carrier Cozy Mystery, Book #2
Discover the southern life of Bernadette Butler, along with the eccentric and lovable citizens, along with all the fur babies, who live in Sugar Creek Gap in this NEW southern cozy mystery series by USA TODAY Bestselling Author Tonya Kappes.
Mail Carrier Bernadette Butler makes sure she checks on all of her elderly customers on her mail carrier route during the colder months. It makes her feel good and lets face it, she’s trying to keep her mind off the feelings she’s having for her deceased husband’s best friend, Mac Tabor. Which makes putting everyone before her is easy.
Until she notices one particular customer’s dog is on the loose, Bernadette takes the dog back and something isn’t right. The door is open. Bernadette goes in to check on her customer only to find him murdered!
Bernadette knows someone knows something about the murder in the small knit community. Now that she’s help solve one murder, she can’t resist to try her hand at it again…of course not without the help of the FRONT PORCH LADIES and Vince! (Goodreads)
The characters are well rounded and well developed. Bernadette’s family and friends mean a lot to her, she is never really alone. The Front Porch Ladies are so unique and I love spending time with them. They keep an eye on Bernadette and they love helping her solve mysteries.
The writing style flows smoothly and the book is a quick easy read. The author’s description brought the book alive in my mind, and I could see the Front Porch Ladies waiting for Bernadette to bring their mail and visit. The mystery moved along at a great pace and was not easily solved.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading a cozy mystery full of Southern charm. I cannot wait to read the next book in the series to see what Bernadette will get involved with next.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book and provided my honest review.
10 thoughts on “Review of Address For Murder”
I am currently reading this book☕🎂🍵👵
I liked it. I like all of her books. 🙂
This sounds rather exciting.
It was good.
It sounds really good. I am looking forward to it.
It was. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
Thank you so much, Mary!!!!
You’re so welcome. Thanks for writing such great books.
I like the idea of a mail carrier turned sleuth. And the Front Porch Ladies. This sounds deliciously eccentric and a fun read.
It was great. Hope you get to read it.