The Dead of Night (A Piper Blackwell Mystery Book 2) Kindle Edition
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If you haven't read the first book, The Dead of Winter, do yourself a favor and read that book first (it gives you a lot of character background for this book), especially if the calendar indicates we're close to the Christmas holidays.
The Dead of Night has Piper dealing with multiple mysteries as well as a number of "incidents" she encounters as part of her normal duties. The writing is top-notch as usual, and we get an endless parade of interesting characters.
The books could easily be classified as Cozy Mysteries if Piper was a writer instead of the sheriff, and if you enjoy Cozies you'll probably love this series as well.
Piper has recently been elected as sheriff and is in the middle of rearranging her staff when Mark calls about being robbed. She is hoping that is all that is happening when she gets the news of the bodying being discovered. From here it is a break neck pace as secrets are uncovered and someone tries to keep them hidden at any cost.
This is a great story that will suck you in, keep you guessing with all the twist and turns, and will leave you shocked at the end. I have not read the first book in this series, The Dead of Winter, but I had no problem following along with the story. But after reading The Dead of Night I can’t wait to go back and see that I missed.
I received The Dead of Night from Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.