- File Size: 1372 KB
- Print Length: 158 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 197413198X
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072R235GS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,468 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Tell All (Locust Point Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The intriguing part was that she's starting to think that the surgery has changed her vision somehow that allows her to see ghosts, in a very blurry way. While some things looked a little strange to me immediately after surgery, it doesn't really work that way. Of course. But it's such an interesting idea!
And it's a good story. A slice out of someone's life, and a mystery to solve. An excellent cozy mystery.
I'd REALLY like to see Hallmark pick up this series for a series of movies. It's got that little extra twist that makes the story non-standard and fun!
The characters were fun people and real. I loved the first book and the ones that follow (there were only two sequels when I bought and read them), and I'm looking forward to more adventures!
Judge Beck came and okayed the house, saying yes he would be interested in three rooms but his soon to be ex-wife would need to approve or she wouldn't agree to joint custody. She came and approved as well.
In the meantime, the small town of Locust Point has a murder and a scandal both going on. The scandal was that a local woman was brought in on charges of being a madam and word was out that she may release her little black book to get lesser charges. She ended up dead so along with her job duties, Kay started investigating, as she didn't want history to repeat itself and have the wrong person charged for this crime.
I thought it was really cool how the judge and his kids quickly became fond of Kay and she was treating them like a grandma. She and her hubby never were able to have kids so it was especially sweet.
There is supposed to be a hint of paranormal in this which is in the form of the shadowy floaters Kay was experiencing since cataract surgery but the description of the book wasn't quite the same as what actually happened. Unless that part got edited out, there is nowhere that anyone dead asks for Kay's help. At first I thought maybe the floater was representing Kay's husband Eli keeping a watchful eye out for his beloved wife but again, the description was a little confusing so who knows what happens between the blurb and the edits, right?
All that matters is that I really enjoyed this and I'm anxious to see what happens next to my new friends in Locust Point. After all, the judge signed a two-year lease so I hope he and the kids will be in the next books too.