Review; Homicide by Horse Show (Creature Comforts #2) by Arlene Kay
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Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Homicide by Horse Show (Creature Comforts #2) by Arlene Kay through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.
Description from Goodreads
Leathersmith Persephone “Perri” Morgan makes the kind of beautiful custom leashes and saddles that make wealthy dog and horse show lovers swoon—until murder strides onto the course . . .
When Perri’s BFF Babette hosts a meeting of Fairfax County’s affluent animal lovers to save a local horse rescue farm, the agenda gets sidetracked by the discovery of a corpse in the master bedroom. Everyone present is a suspect, including Perri’s main squeeze, Wing Pruett—Washington, DC’s sexiest reporter.
While Perri scours local horse and dog shows hoping to unmask the killer, she uncovers bad manners, infidelity, and low-level crime in her hunt for the killer—but what she can’t find are grounds for murder. When the killer strikes again and she gets a warning to stop her sleuthing, Perri has to muster all her training—and all her allies, human and animal alike—to make it out of the ring alive.
My Thoughts on the Book
This was such a fun cosy mystery. I really liked Perri and her furry friends, especially the dogs. It had a few twists and turns which made me guess until the very end.