Rangers, Rvs and Revenge
Campers and Criminals, Book #26
SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY WITH A SMIDGEN OF HOMICIDE
USA Today Bestselling author Tonya Kappes brings you southern and quirky characters in her mystery series. Her stories are charged with humor, friendship, family and life in small southern towns.
Welcome to Normal where nothing is normal!
As we say in the south beauty is only skin deep but ugly…now that runs straight to the bone.
When Miss Daniel Boone Days is murdered and our good friend Helen Pyle, owner of Cute-icles beauty salon is standing over our beauty queen with a gun, lets just say Helen didn’t giddy up on out of there.
Nope. She was hauled down to the sheriff’s department and booked for murder.
Ranger Tucker Pyle is taken off the case because let’s just say he knows his Aunt Helen didn’t do it, but who better to snoop around to help him out?
Yep! You guessed it!
The Laundry Club Ladies and Mae West once again find themselves with their sleuthing notebook in hand and get all gussied up to find out just who is behind the murder.
After all everyone has beauty but not everyone sees it. (Amazon)
Another festival, another murder for Mae and her friends to try to solve. When to winner of Miss Daniel Boone Days is murdered, Mae will have to figure who the culprit is. Some funny things happened at the festival, including Dottie being at the dunk tank.
The writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read. The author is very talented in her descriptive writing and this helped pull me into the story from the very beginning. You can tell the author knows about southern living and it shines through when you are reading her books.
The mystery was well plotted and there were enough clues to sift through and suspects to consider. I had a pretty good idea of who the killer was but not the why.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well plotted cozy mystery. If you are looking for a book with great characters. a southern setting and lots of laughs, pick this book up and enjoy.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book and provided my honest review.