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Who, What, Where, When, Die (An Avery Shaw Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Who, What, Where,When, Die by Amanda M. Lee is an amusing and entertaining Sleuth mystery. Avery's character is downright funny and her antics kept me in stitches. This is an amazing novel and although it is the first in a series, it reads well as a standalone. It is a well written book with interesting and quirky characters. I am looking forward to meeting them again.
If you all like her writing style, check out her Midwest Witches series. Who, What, Where, When, Die was a fabulous first but in the Witches series, Ms Lee has fully settled into her stride and provides an outstanding reading experience with a deeper plot and even better character development.
She's being stalked - why? What did she do or say?
Then there are her relationships, a little skewed but certainly leave ammunition for future escapades.
Very Stephanie Plum-ish but enjoyable.
I found much to like in this book. The characters are well-drawn, the love triangle is tolerable, and the plot entertaining. I did think the newspaper angle was a device of convenience - she seemed to work when she wanted, cover only the stories she wanted, and ignore the rest. I never found a job like that. Even so, I still found this a pleasant read and I want to know what happens next. I’m please to see there are more books in the series. I look forward to seeing where the love triangle goes, and what other wacky situations Avery gets into.
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Great read well written, not sure ,its a mystery but a good fun read .