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The mystery is very good in Iced. As Julienne is trying to find out who really killed Pastor Tom, she uncovers several plausible motives and suspects, so the reader has some red herrings to weed out. The climax, when Julienne discovers whodunit, is very exciting. I love the ending of Iced, and am already looking forward to reading Book #2, Nailed.
I recommend Iced to all cozy mystery fans, especially those who are also fans of the Geek Girl Mysteries by Julie Anne Lindsey, and the Leah Norwood Mysteries by B. L. Blair.
I really enjoyed Iced by Avery Daniels, and hereby grant it Five Stars!
Originally published on my blog Jane Reads.
They live in a housing community with Julienne's charming friends, who remind me of the Golden Girls. I love stories with colorful characters, an intriguing mystery, and romantic tension!
Determined to restore her peace and save her career, the heroine follows the clues, which require her to take a walk on the wild side, Undaunted, Julienne goes undercover to investigate, which requires keeping a firm grip on her wits and control to emerge unscathed. She skillfully gathers clues through her contacts and enlists the help of her best friend, a professor at a local college.
Mason adds to the romantic tension and mystery as he takes on the role of protector and bodyguard. While he seems noble in his pursuit of Julienne, he is always nearby when things go awry.
Looking forward to getting to know Julienne and her wonderful friends in the next book!
It took me a little while to really get into this book, but once I was there I liked it. In the beginning the writing style seemed a bit emotionless, detached. Too descriptive and practical, and not enough feelings. But that got better later on.
There are some typos and grammatical errors throughout the book. The book is newly edited and I may have had an old version. Anyway, I don’t mind too much, but on the first page? That doesn’t make a good first impression. ‘Every job has its great parts and it’s not so great.’ I’m sure the author MEANT to say: ‘Every job has its great parts and its not so great.’
The high profile pastor gives her a bruising couple of gropes, she knees him, he threatens her job as she leaves the room, and then he's unusually murdered. Thus begins her ordeal as a suspect who needs to investigate before she gets railroaded. And then there's the new hot guy who just moved into her housing complex. Well done!
Got it as Whispersync on the cheap courtesy of Book Gorilla.
Susan Marlowe gave a remarkable performance as narrator.
Julienne is a manager in training for a five-star resort and is in the shock of her life. After being hit on by Pastor Tom, she discovers him dead and is prime suspect number 1.
With family who thinks they know what’s best for her, an unsupportive boyfriend (who is clueless about Julienne), and an old school rival turned reporter pointing the finger at her, Julienne works to find the real murderer.
To help her uncover the clues and investigate the crime are her fun-fueled elderly neighbors (Delores, Nathan, and Beverly) and a new ally Madison. Can they weed through all the suspects and a few red herrings to determine who killed Pastor Tom? Or will Julienne find herself involved more than she can handle?
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