A Literal Mess Book Review
Just the Facts
About the Book
Allie Cobb’s father is her hero. She even followed in his footsteps and now enjoys a career in literary publishing – just like him. When he passes away from cancer, Allie heads home to Rushing Creek, Indiana. But things are anything but quiet in her hometown. Her father’s best friend and number one client is found dead under suspicious circumstances and his daughter (Allie’s best friend) is the top suspect. Can Allie get to the bottom of things and restore order to her hometown?
Stuff You Should Know
publishing, small town charm, strong female protagonist, multi-generational family, cats
If You Like …
Becky Clark’s Mystery Writer’s Mystery Series, you’ll enjoy this book.
I have been looking forward to this book for awhile now – ever since I had the pleasure of sitting down to interview the author at Malice Domestic. I really enjoyed Allie as a protagonist. She was relatable – broken, yet strong. I love that you can see how her deceased father (her hero) continues to shape her life, even after his death. The story was fast-paced and I found myself saying, “just one more page” many times as devoured the book in about 48 hours. A strong cozy mystery debut for JC Kenney. I can’t wait to see where he takes Allie next!
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