Review; Memories and Murder (Tourist Trap Mysteries #10) by Lynn Cahoon

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Memories and Murder (Tourist Trap Mysteries #10) by Lynn Cahoon through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
It’s October in South Cove, California, and the locals in the quaint resort seem to be happily pairing off in the lull before the holidays. Everyone, that is, except for Jill Gardner’s elderly aunt, who just dumped her besotted fiancé—and she won’t say why.

When Jill hosts a talk at Coffee, Books, and More on the topic of elder abuse, all that’s really on her mind is lunch. But the topic hits close to home when she discovers Aunt Jackie has been getting mysterious calls. Jill’s certain the caller is a con artist, of course, but her feisty aunt claims to understand this, though she’s still shaken—and Harrold’s still heartbroken. Who’s behind the scam and why was her aunt targeted? When a volunteer from the Senior Project is found murdered, Jill’s detective boyfriend is on the case—and it soon becomes clear no one is safe when a caller from beyond becomes a killer in their midst.

My Thoughts on the Book
Memories and Murder was a fun cosy mystery partially about the important topic of elder elder abuse. The characters have depth to them and the mystery part had a few twists and turns in addition to some red herrings. It's well worth the read.

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