Review; Past & Present by Judy Penz Sheluk

It's finally time for Mystery Thriller Week again. The first book I've read was Past & Present by Judy Penz Sheluk and today I'll post the review.

Description from Goodreads
Sometimes the past reaches out to the present...
It’s been thirteen months since Calamity (Callie) Barnstable inherited a house in Marketville under the condition that she search for the person who murdered her mother thirty years earlier. She solves the mystery, but what next? Unemployment? Another nine-to-five job in Toronto?
Callie decides to set down roots in Marketville, take the skills and knowledge she acquired over the past year, and start her own business: Past & Present Investigations.
It’s not long before Callie and her new business partner, best friend Chantelle Marchand, get their first client: a woman who wants to find out everything she can about her grandmother, Anneliese Prei, and how she came to a “bad end” in 1956. It sounds like a perfect first assignment. Except for one thing: Anneliese’s past winds its way into Callie’s present, and not in a manner anyone—least of all Callie—could have predicted.

My Thoughts on the Book
Past & Present is an interesting novel with an even more interesting storyline. I liked the attention to details in the book and how spunky Callie is. I would really recommend this book and I'm personally keen on checking out more books by the author.


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