About the book
Kate Atherton’s idyllic retirement is going well…if you don’t count the two murders, the mysterious drone, and her photographer friend who manages to poke a hornet’s nest of criminal activity, that is.
Lucy’s work has been chosen to appear at a prestigious photography festival, a festival that could take her from amateur to professional standing. All goes well until the gallery displaying her work is broken into, and one of Lucy’s photographs is vandalized. A week later, the man Lucy suspected of destroying her photograph—a fellow photographer who was angry that his own work was not chosen by the festival committee—is murdered. Faced with a sheriff who shows little interest in expanding his list of suspects beyond Lucy, Kate feels she must dust off her puzzle-solving skills to find the real killer. Murder is just the beginning, though, as Kate’s amateur sleuthing begins to reveal a tangled web of crimes that go beyond anything she could have imagined
And I thought
Spellbound is all I can think to describe this book.
Maybe because it happens to take place in a locale that I dream to live in. The Texas hill country other than a Beach I can't think of a better to place to be.
Author McCrae lured this reader in with some very interesting characters and a mystery to solve that just happens to keep you on the edge of your seat and turning the pages at break neck speed!
I enjoyed ever moment and can't wait to return to Wheaton Creek.
I received a complimentary copy.
My review will appear in Good Reads and retail sites.
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