As the reader is taken on a hair raising journey of murder and mayhem, lost treasure maps, hidden caves and tunnels, the disappearance of Miss Aggie, and someone who is out to make Victoria the next victim, they come to a surprise at the ending. Another great Home Town Mystery by Barbour Publishing. Recommended for everyone.
(Lynn Fowlston Miss Lynns Books And More
...it's a good little read. I liked it for its entertainment value and characters, not to mention the historical setting
(Marianne Arkins Long and Short Reviews
Over all, I really enjoyed this book and plan to read other titles by Frances Devine. I highly recommend this book to those who like a fun plot and good characters, while skipping the graphic images of other mysteries. You will really enjoy meeting Victoria and her friends and add Frances Devine to your list of authors to read.
(Janice Seiffert 2011-02-11)
Rest in Peace by Frances Devine is a cozy Christian Hometown Mystery. It was a very quick pleasant read. I liked the parrot Whatzit and the way the senior citizens from the rest home wanted to get involved every step of the way in the investigation. I recommend this to fans of other cozy mysteries. You won't be disappointed.
(Wendy Cleveland GoodReads
"Rest in Peace" is a light and fun mystery, which very much reminded me of the Agatha Christie novels. Ms. Devine's writing did not disappoint in that the story was completely formed and kept my attention from beginning to end, which is to say there were no boring sections that would make me put the book down and not pick it up again. Throughout the book I kept changing my mind as to who I thought the culprit might be.
This book would get a rating of FOUR out of FIVE stars from me and I highly recommend it to those of you who enjoy light mystery reading.
(Noel Varner Type of Words
Devine keeps readers on their toes as Victoria and the zany cast of elderly boarders set out to solve another crime. The story strikes a serious note, adding depth to the plot, when clues begin to point to a terrible time in history.
(Chandra McNeil RT Book Reviews
Victoria Storm has her hands full, running the Cedar Chapel Lodge, a senior boardinghouse that she inherited from her grandparents. Can she make time to track down a murderer, find Miss Aggie, discover the secrets of Pennington House, and plan her own perfect wedding?