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- Publication Date: March 2, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07978YHSJ
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Organized for S'more Death (Organized Mysteries Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Organized Mysteries, Book #4
Who knew camping could be so deadly…
A family outing in a national forest seemed like the best kind of R&R to Meg Berman. Even Kate McKenzie was convinced after learning a fully equipped cabin was part of the plan. When a scavenger hunt in the woods turns up a dead body, however, the natural beauty around them takes a decidedly sinister twist. Worse, the police suspect one of them as the prime suspect. They not only must get off the police radar--but at the same time stay out of the killer’s crosshairs and keep their families safe.
Organized for S’more Death is the newest release in the popular Organized Mysteries series from USA TODAY bestselling author Ritter Ames, which features a small town New England setting and interesting characters, along with humor, strong family and friendship ties, and absorbing cozy mysteries. (Goodreads)
The characters were well rounded and well developed. I really enjoyed that Kate and Meg were older women who have families. That was a nice change of pace from most of the protagonists that are twenty-something and single. It felt like I was watching neighbors pack for a trip and then I got to take the trip with them. You can tell that the families are very close and get along well.
The writing style flows smoothly and the book is a quick easy read. The author is very talented in her descriptive writing and I found myself pulled into the story from the very beginning. The mystery was well plotted and there were enough clues to keep my guessing until the very end.
I really enjoyed the tips at the beginning of each chapter. I thought they were very helpful. I especially liked the one about car sickness. I knew to stay in the front seat but I did not know about squeezing your left thumb. Since I get carsick, that was very helpful.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well plotted cozy mystery. I have not read any of the other books in this series, but that is something I plan to remedy.
Getting ready for another school year is hard enough; with 4 kids between them, Kate,Meg and their husbands decide the weekend before school starts that camping together might just get everyone prepared. Despite a night with a blowhard newsman, everyone seems to be ready to go. Even Paul, the houseguest is going in the same direction. However, when they get to the campsite and Paul goes on to his caravan, things seem to be shaping up....until...a series of unfortunate events cause the trip to be cut short and the families head back home, with plans to return for their stuff the next day.
Despite Meg’s house being wired for an alarms system, trouble seems to have followed them home. In true Wonder Woman/Batgirl style, Kate, Meg and their sidekick Robin-Hero the wonder cat manage to organize everything and save the day yet again....this time with Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chunk Choco-Chip Cookies!
I love Ritter Ames’ style, from this series to her Bodies of Art and soon another new series:” Frugal Lissa Mysteries”. All roads point in the direction of f-u-n...and you actually might learn a thing or two along the way. Highly recommended 5/5
[I received an early copy of this book as I am on Ritter Ames’ Advance Team and I am voluntarily reviewing it]