The Blue Coyote (The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Suddenly Larry, a grandfather and retired police officer, is in the minds of many of their fellow campers the prime suspect in a child's disappearance.
Frannie just can't leave the investigation to the police, and soon she has their friends, Mickey and Jane-Ann, involved in the search as well. With clues pointing in several directions, and the missing girl's frightened mother having latched onto Larry as, at least, her prime suspect, it's only a partial comfort when a familiar face from a previous adventure turns up to lead the official investigation.
Overall, this is a good, strong mystery, with nicely developed characters who are likable and engaging. There's some reference to past events, but that acts to give the characters more depth without making it necessary to read the previous book first. It is unfortunate that, early on, a critical event depends on one character acting decidedly out of character. It's commented on at the time, and never really accounted for. Regardless, though, it's still an excellent story. The icing on the cake for this audio version is the narrator; Michelle Babb has a voice that's both pleasant and strong, capable of cutting through road noise effectively for those of us who listen to books in our cars!
I received a free copy of this audiobook and am reviewing it voluntarily.
The main characters are likeable and well-written. The plot intrigued me and kept me guessing. It is fast-paced.
I listened to the audio version. The narrator, Michelle Babb, always draws me into the stories she narrates. Her voice is perfect for story telling. She does a great job with it.
I’m adding this series to my list of cozies I want to read.
FTC Disclosure: The author provided me with a copy of this book to review. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.
The mystery revolves around a young girl who goes missing from the campground. The plot is handled exceptionally considering the seriousness of the situation in a cozy mystery.
Each book is a stand-alone but characters from the first book are also in the second so reading them in order is a good idea. I will definitely continue to read the series.
I have enjoyed the series so far and this one did not disappoint. I wish the characters would show more sense in avoiding dangerous situations but that doesn't keep me from reading. This isn't great literature but it sure is an enjoyable story.
Karlajean Becvar-author of The Firestorm Chronicles: The Seeing Stone and Secrets of the Stone