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The One We Love: Suspense with a Dash of Humor (A Letty Whittaker 12 Step Mystery) Kindle Edition
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Letty Whittaker, a colleague of Regina's, is the narrator of this "humorous mystery". Designated "professional executor" in Regina's will, Letty is now responsible for Regina's caseload, both at the clinic where they both worked, and at the women's shelter where Regina volunteered. She's not pleased, but very soon she finds herself in the middle of a murder mystery.
I inadvertently started reading this book before realizing it was Book 2 of a five book series subtitled "Suspense with a Dash of Humor". Unfortunately, I hadn't read Book 1, so was in the dark every time something was mentioned that happened prior. And, believe me, there must have been a lot that happened. Even so, I found the book mildly humorous, and now I am going back and reading Book 1. This book is worth three and a half stars in my mind. I'm rounding up because I seldom read series books <i>or</I> "humorous mysteries", but maybe I've changed my ways...
Letty must deal with professional jealousy, people with secrets, angry husbands, and scary truths while she tries to honor her co-worker’s final wishes. I like that Letty is flawed, but realizes it and keeps trying to improve. I learned things I didn’t know from this book, like that therapists have “professional wills,” and how a domestic violence shelter operates.
This is a well-written series with complex, multi-dimensional characters (even the supporting ones), and complicated but riveting plots. The AA stuff is, as usual, spot-on. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and was sad when it ended. Sad enough that I immediately bought books three and four in the series. I’m having to hold myself back from binge reading.