- File Size: 5868 KB
- Print Length: 205 pages
- Publisher: Sittin' On A Goldmine Productions LLC (June 16, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 16, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B086H4LHPS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,538 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Erick loses no time getting down to the stadium floor to block the escape of the Black Knight who has fatally stuck the Lord Mayor with his lance. But it turns out the Black Knight is being played by a high-school friend of the Sheriff's. Could he really be guilty? Mitzy uses her film-school knowledge to help and discovers that the tip of the lance was likely hidden by a bulb of sugar glass - and good quality sugar glass at that. Who in Pin Cherry Harbor has the talent to create it? Once again, Mitzy pulls the "CI" card with the Sheriff and manages to identify a killer while coming awfully close to danger herself.
Ms. Silvertale does a great job of only including enough backstory to keep the story going. In fact, this book had a lot fewer of the regular cast of characters than most of her books. I enjoyed the storyline, but I did miss some of the regulars. The book is a quick read and ends on a cliffhanger so you'll be sure to anxiously await book 8.
This time the victim is killed during a joust with hundreds of witnesses. Unfortunately, all they know is that the Lord Mayor was killed by the Black Knight. Who was the Black Knight? Why was the Lord Mayor targeted? Will Mitzy's special skills lead to the killer in time?
All of my favorite characters have featured roles in this story. Of course, there is plenty of Silas, Grams, and Pyewacket. There is also much more of Twiggy and Erick, which is fantastic!
The Mitzy Moon series is by far my favorite cozy mystery series. Every book is fun, fast-paced, has great characters, and an intriguing mystery!
This is a unique series that has its own personality, which sets it apart from other paracozies. It’s so well-written, with such a good flow and that one-more-chapter-ability.
Re-ow! Pyewacket can confirm.
Erick was quite heroic! Can’t tell you more, of course, just read it and enjoy!
“A crash from somewhere in the bookshop startles me out of my silent analysis of the facts. Erick is out of his chair in a flash and motions for me to keep quiet. “Stay here,” he whispers.
Has he met me?” Lol, so much humor coming from Mitzy, I laughed out loud!
This is an absolutely hilarious, I can't put it down, wow I didn't see that coming, page turner that will keep you up late reading and laughing out loud!
I'm hooked! I can't wait to see what will happen in the next book and I'm loving listening to the audio versions narrated by Colleen Marlo as they are released. I simply can't get enough of Mitzy Moon, her ghost-ma, Piewacket and all of the other wonderful characters in this series!
Like their date. At the Ren Faire. Where they watch the jousting matches. And witness the Black Knight quite literally kill the Lord Mayor. That was NOT part of the choreography! Always at the ready to unveil the truth, Mitzy digs right in to find out if Sir Knight was indeed villainous or framed.
The usual cast of characters make reading this one like a meeting with old friends. Amidst the Ren Faire subterfuges and treachery is the well loved banter between Ghost-Ma and Mitzy. Aided as ever by the sage advice and timely intervention of Silas Willoughby. The timely hints "dropped" by my favourite resident of "almost Canada" - Pyewacket, the Caracal! And the eerie reappearance of an old nemesis!
Silvertale has done it again with Book Seven. The inhabitants of Pin Cherry are by now old friends that it's a joy to reconnect with. Silvertale is outstanding at weaving tales that surprise and delight while still mystifying; this one was over far too soon. I'm now left waiting anxiously for Mitzy's next adventure, which i know won't be too far behind! Highly recommend!
[Many thanks to the author for the opportunity to read an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I was not required to write a review. This is my honest review, the opinions expressed herein are entirely my own. ]