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I thought Bear Witness To Murder was a good read. It took me a little while to get interested but once I did putting it down was hard. I wanted to see how it all turned out.
There was lots I really enjoyed about the book. I enjoyed the
story taking place around Halloween and the Oktobear Fest was a cute way to incorporate the theme. I loved the idea of the children
hunting for bear in the woods. A play on Teddy Bears Picnic.
I kind of felt like the author struggled a little in introducing people and some of plot. There were alot of descriptions like what people
were wearing, where they were or going and what they were doing that seemed a little overboard. It just didn't seem to flow for me.
Bear Witness To Murder is book 2 in the series and there were alot of references back to book 1. (which I have not had the pleasure to read). Book 2 is a stand alone and reads as one.
The author does include the references to book 1 which kind of seemed like teasers to me to draw me into reading book 1.
I was a little curious as to why Sasha's mom keep pushing her to forgive her cheating ex and try again. I won't give anything away but he's a real piece of work. So what is up with mom?
The ending is left with a bit of a cliff hanger in the romance department because Sasha's new boyfriend leaves town for a few months. He's hoping to re-kindle their budding romance in the New Year. I am left wondering hmm. With all the sniffing around the scoundrel of an ex is doing. Hurry home Jay!
The story/plot around the murder made the book a page turner.
I kind of had an idea of who was involved just by the way a couple of the characters were acting but there was a twist at the end that
threw everyone the townspeople and this reader off kilter.
As I turned the last pages I thought two things. I need to go back and read book 1. And how long do I have to wait for book 3?
Bear Witness To Murder was a good cozy read.
I received a complimentary copy.
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But I was charmed by Meg's website so I wanted to invite you over.
Award-winning mystery author Meg Macy lives in Southeast Michigan, close to Ann Arbor, Chelsea, and Dexter — the area she chose for the setting of her new “Shamelessly Adorable Teddy Bear” cozy mystery series for Kensington. She is also one-half of the writing team of D.E. Ireland for the Eliza Doolittle & Henry Higgins Mystery series; two books have been named Agatha Award finalists. Meg’s first published book, Double Crossing, won the 2012 Best First Novel Spur Award from Western Writers of America. She’s a graduate of Seton Hill University’s Writing Popular Fiction program. Meg loves reading mysteries, historical, and other genre fiction, and also enjoys gardening, crafts, and watercolor painting.
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