Review; No More Time by Suzanne Trauth

Last year I recieved an ARC of the cosy mystery No More Time by Suzanne Trauth through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Netgalley
DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY

Restaurant manager Dodie O’Dell has found her niche in the cozy New Jersey town of Etonville, creating menus that make a delicious double-act with the community theater’s productions. Now she’s ready for a vacation at the Jersey Shore town she called home before a hurricane hit. Sun, salty air, and seagulls make for a nostalgic escape from regular life—until a contingent from Etonville arrives to compete in a Jersey Shore theater festival.

Roped into helping her former boss cater the event, Dodie also gets a visit from her old flame, Jackson, who’s hoping to revive his charter boat business and is looking for a place to crash. Before Dodie can tell him that ship has sailed, Jackson’s partner is found murdered on his boat. Dodie knows her ex is a mooch, but she’s sure he’s no killer. But as she follows a trail of evidence that leads into her own past, Dodie stumbles on a dangerous conspiracy theory that could bring the festival to a shocking finale…

My Thoughts on the Book
No More Time has fun and likeable characters and a strong and savvy protagonist. I also liked the Bill vs Jackson, showing that "safe" choices often are the best. As a mystery it was an okay read with a bunch of clues around.

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