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Shards of Murder (A Webb's Glass Shop Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – February 23, 2016
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About the Author
Cheryl Hollon now writes full-time after she left an engineering career of designing and building military flight simulators in amazing countries such as England, Wales, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, and India. Fulfilling the dream of a lifetime, she combines her love of writing with a passion for creating glass art. In the small glass studio behind her house in St. Petersburg, Florida, Cheryl and her husband design, create, and produce fused glass, stained glass, and painted glass artworks. Visit her online at cherylhollon.com or on Twitter@CherylHollon.
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I almost wished I had read the first book, because there were times, when I felt a little bit lost with the characters, but that may just be me and the book certainly does work as a stand alone.
I was really thrilled by this book, because it was so different. So many of cozies I read involve scrapbooking or cooking that when there's one that is totally different, it always catches my eye. The cover will do that too. This one made me think of the festivals I like to attend in the summer and fall months.
It is obvious that the author knows her stuff, glass making wise here, and that is definitely a plus. My grandmother said that she always learned something with every book she read. I wish she were still with us, so that I could pass this book on to her. She would have loved it as much as I did. I also learned the coefficient of expansion of Pyrex, which I'm surprised I didn't know considering that my father worked for Corning Glass for many years.
The story was well developed and the mystery was one that really held my attention. Though for some reason I knew who the killer was right away. A great cozy!
Savannah is asked to judge at Spinnaker Arts Festival. She painstakingly decides who she feels deserves the $25,000 prize. Unfortunately the winner doesn’t show up to claim the prize and is later found dead on the festival grounds. Once again Savannah is under suspicion. Amanda, Edward and Jacob must help Savannah find and decipher all of the clues to clear Savannah’s name.
I am a huge fan of the cast pf characters that Cheryl Hollon has assembled into this series. I enjoy the way they are so different yet they come together as a group easily and believably. I also have developed a fondness for both Susie and Rooney, the two canine characters that always help bring the story to life. I can’t wait for the next book in this series.
I was given a copy of this book by the author for a fair and honest review.
And now yet again Savannah, and her posse ( charming British boyfriend Edward Morris, business partner Amanda, and her apprentice and talented savant when it comes to analyzing data, Jacob.) Must solve the case before Detective Parker, gathers up enough evidence to arrest savanna for the murder
Most of the characters are well developed and interesting group, and the information on creating art in glass was fascinating.
The identity of the murderer and the motive were obvious from the beginning, and the potential boyfriend is bad news waiting to happen. I hope the heroine will be ditching him soon.
I did find it unlikely that the heroine would be a main suspect based on her limited interactions with the victim, let alone because she found the body. It seems a devise to give her a rational to investigate.
about St. Petersburg, FL, where the novel is set make be want to go there, and wiped away images of old folks playing shuffleboard. The author's prose was smooth and readable, and I'm looking forward to reading her next novel. This was a fun read.