About the book
Hiking the Kindling National Forest is a birthday tradition for the Sullivan siblings—pitching camp, roasting s’mores… a dead body? Not exactly the fun party outdoor guide Andie Sullivan planned for her brother, Kyle. Welp.
When the body is identified as a local who worked at the parks department, Andie decides to put her clue-solving skills to use. Winter tourism is at stake, and if word gets out that Bushwhack has another killer on the loose, she can kiss that sweet revenue goodbye.
Easier said than done. Meanwhile, Sheriff Zac Mars is neck and neck with her on uncovering clues, proving solving the latest murder in town is harder than powering through a mountain bike tour on an energy bar breakfast. Racing against the clock, Andie must uncover evidence to make her mountain community safe for ski bunnies. But as one new plot twist turns into another dead body, Andie learns not everyone likes meddling civilian sleuths. If she’s not fast enough, the killer may find her before she finds them.
And I thought
A page turner. I enjoyed getting into this series.
I enjoyed the characters.
Andie handles the twists and turns and bodies showing up at almost every turn with savvy digging up clues in a bit of a race with the Sheriff.
The banter between Kyle and Andie gave this reader a warm feeling.
I enjoyed the plot. It was a fun ride along with Andie as she looked for clues and annoyed the Sheriff.
The tension between Sheriff Zack and Andie kept this reader hoping they got together. Do they? You'll have to check it out!
I enjoyed my introduction to The Southern Exposure Series. I'll be going back to read book 1 while I wait for book 3.
I received a complimentary copy.
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