I’ve been wondering how to deal with series books, having reviews for each book seems redundant. I came up with this idea for when I’ve read the first few books. Let me know if it works for you.
The Mapleton Mysteries are cozy stories set in a small Colorado town just outside Denver. The main characters are the sheriff Gordon, the diner owner Angie, and a family comprised of two elderly grandparents Sam and Rose, their ward Meggie, and grandson Justin. As we all know, small towns everywhere are populated by people with secrets they will kill to keep hidden. As with all cozies, the success of the story lies in the characters first. Terry Odell does a great job of giving us people who have both strengths and faults that are believable.
Justin is acting weird, Meggie is attacked and it all revolves around a secret that might be a lie.
Now the secret is solved life should be good. Until a dog digs up a bone on Sam and Rose’s back lot, it is. Now Sheriff Gordon is tracking burial sites and still fighting for control of the investigation with the ‘help’, his own team, and the mayor
I recommend this series to cozy mystery lovers.
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