- File Size: 913 KB
- Print Length: 222 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Underground (July 11, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 11, 2017
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MDN324Z
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,675 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It was great to have another visit from her awesome grandfather and to spend time with Sam and Mary Fran. These secondary characters contribute to making this book and this series stand out as special.
Since I loved the first book in the Tobi Tobias Mystery series, I was thrilled to get a chance to read an advanced readers' copy of 30 Second Death. Thank you to the publisher and to NetGalley for this opportunity. I always review books that I enjoy and I loved 30 Second Death and look forward to the next book in the series. I also purchased a personal copy because I will be rereading this series.
When a diva that has problems with Tobi's good friend Carter, Tobi tries to help, but when she ends up dead and eyes turn to Carter, there are even bigger problems. Tobi is torn in this book between Carter being under suspicion, Grandpa Stu falling for Mrs. Rapple, her boyfriend's ex fiancé in town and Mary Fran having problems at the pet store, she is definitely pulled in many directions.
I love the characters in this series. Tobi is a strong woman, but she does have insecurities and is addicted to junk food, I love that because she comes across as very real developed character. Grandpa Stu is lovable as always and I was thrilled to see him back in this book, I think his burgeoning romance with Mrs. Rapple is cute and can't wait to see what happens next. I love Mary Fran's son, a teenager who knows what he wants to do in life, has a good head on his shoulders but still has the teen excitement of seeing a studio. The mystery was good and kept me guessing until close to the end. I did do quite a bit of laughing, Rudder the bird being a big source of humor, but the one client actually had me laughing out loud, I love when a book can do that. I will definitely be continuing on with this series and eagerly await the next.
“Thirty Second Death” is the very cute, very funny, second book in Laura Bradford’s Tobi Tobias cozy mystery series. I love Tobi as a character – she is very talented, very loyal to her friends, loves her grandfather (even if she isn’t fond of his choice in ladies), has atrocious eating habits, and snorts when she laughs. Of all these, the two things I love the most are her talent – the ideas she comes up with are not only pure genius but her job is the perfect setup for all types of mysteries (like in this book); and her loyalty to her friends, particularly Carter and Mary Fran – both relationships play an important part in this mystery. Truthfully, everything in this book is delightful – from Tobi’s eating habits, to her grandfather, to the pizza place that Tobi is advertising for, to Mary Fran and her son, to the bird that imitates Tobi’s snorting laugh. The mystery itself is well plotted with plenty of twists and turns, red herrings, and a few surprises. More than once I thought I figured out who the killer was but in the end I was totally wrong.
“Thirty Second Death” is another nice cozy mystery by Laura Bradford.
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