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I know. I know. Formulaic characters should be in a cozy mystery! Jill and the residents of South Cove are evolving nicely as a whole but some of the characters seem too cliche. For example, the mayor has been consistently rude to Jill in all three books and it is starting to feel somewhat tired in this installment. I can predict his reactions before I read them. And, honestly, he is too callous to be believable or valuable to the plot. I am hoping for growth in the fourth installment and not just from the mayor—here’s looking at you Detective Greg!
Otherwise, this book was an enjoyable afternoon for me and I’ll be looking forward to the next one. NetGalley and the publisher gave me a copy in exchange for my honest opinion.
This time Mistry is that everybody in Southcove is feeling the holiday spirit, and it's the seasons for gratitude and murder. Southcove's holiday festivals is in spring and within the local businesses decide to extend there gratitude by bringing in the less fortunate to work at their shop through a ready to work style program. In which Jill decides to take part of and also organize, until she has to deal with the programs egotistical sexist pig of a director, Ted Hendricks. So with the assignments and any worker in place with local businesses ( including Coffee, Books and More taking on one of these temp workers, which they call interns.) All the business owners and sign-up seem interested in happy in this program except for Marie Jones the owner of the local glassmaking shop, thebGlass Slipper, other than that everything is good. That is until Jill decides to bring her beau, police detective Greg King a romantic picnic lunch, and happens to find Ted dead in his car, who apparently committed suicide, but it's not. So once again Jill decides to meddle in a murder investigation, because she's the one who found the body, deal with the mayors inept bossy wife, who is in charge of planning the holiday peace festival, organize a book drive, plan Thanksgiving, and run her business.
Businesses in town have agreed to accept short term interns for unemployed people for whom the program director has had trouble finding jobs. It soon becomes clear that the trouble is with the director instead of the workers. He immediately makes himself so unpopular that it is no surprise when he becomes a murder victim. But he sure does leave the field of candidates wide open.
While trying to balance her first ever Thanksgiving dinner, with almost a dozen guests no less, with the extra work of the holiday season, overseeing the work program, and helping get a party together for the kids of the center, Jill still can't resist looking into the murder even though Greg wants her to stay out of it, of course.
Tourist Trap Mystery series if a wonderful cozy series.
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One of my favourite series.
Great characters and setting with a wonderfully written whodunit.Read more