Today’s team review is from Karen, she blogs at http://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com
Karen has been reading Murder on the Tor by Frances Evesham
When not creating fancy chocolates, Libby Forest loves to roam about with Bear; a strange encounter and a death at the Tor are just the beginning of another set of mysteries to be solved. In addition, there is still the matter of her late husband Trevor and his participation in fraud.
With Murder on the Tor, Frances Evesham has created a nicely woven suspense story with local flair. The story comprises a broad variety of lovingly elaborated characters with sufficient depth and interesting interactions to solve the murder case. This book intensified my feeling of being home, an invisible inhabitant of Exham on Sea. I was as keen on solving the open issues as Libby herself. I had a great time reading Murder on the Tor – it is a very enjoyable read. I was drawn into the story right away, enjoying the Exham on Sea flair. Libby, Mandy, Fuzzy and Bear are likeable characters – I am looking forward to reading more about them and the mysteries they are going to face.
This is for you if you like shorter reads, female sleuths, cosy suspense, pets and seaside towns, and the Midsomer Murders.
A suspenseful easy read in a series to watch out for.
Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com