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Send in the Clowns (The Country Club Murders Book 4) Kindle Edition
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As always, the mystery is well plotted out and the end result is an absolute page turner. I wish I could make the books last longer but I plow through each one pretty quickly. Engaging characters, great story lines. Romantic interests are there but they never dominate and the reader never feels the need to rush the romance along - it's just not the point of the book, but definitely fleshes the story and characters out all the more.
If you haven't read anything from the rest of the series - don't start here. The development of the main character is such a major part of the enjoyment of the books.
Stumbling into the creepy interior, Ellison is stunned when a clown, who seems to be bleeding, calls out her name…and falls into her. Dead.
Standing behind him is another clown, who quickly disappears.
Thus begins another tale that seemingly places Ellison in the recurring position of finding dead bodies. She calls Detective Anarchy Jones, who by now is a good friend and possibly a potential lover who believes her story…and even when the body is no longer there, he sets off to find it.
Send in the Clowns (The Country Club Murders Book 4) was another delightful story in the Country Club Murder series, and, as always, I found Ellison funny and engaging. As the mother of a teenager, she has her quips down pat. She can ground her daughter without losing a beat…or her sense of humor. She regularly converses with her Mr. Coffee, which she believes is the only reliable “male” in her life. She is annoyed that her father, as well as another potential suitor, Hunter Tafft, and the ubiquitous Anarchy Jones, all seem to want someone to manage her. She would prefer to manage her own life.
In her country club set, she has friends…while others are judgmental gossips. Her best friend Libba is dating a man, Jay Fitzhugh, whom Ellison has decided is too boring for words, and not good enough for her. Could the feeling she has about him signify something else?
Solving the mystery of who killed the “clown,” who turns out to be a young man named Brooks Harney— a disappointment to his wealthy family, but who seemed to be turning his life around, and just in time for his inheritance—kept me turning pages, even after I started to suspect a number of possible individuals. Could one of Brooks’ siblings have killed him? Or could someone from the drug world he was leaving behind have targeted him? The eventual reveal surprised me, but then again, not entirely. 5 stars.