Review; Belinda Blake and the Birds of a Feather (Exotic Pet-Sitter #3) by Heather Day Gilbert

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Belinda Blake and the Birds of a Feather (Exotic Pet-Sitter #3) by Heather Day Gilbert through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
When exotic pet–sitter Belinda Blake starts pecking at the details of a suspicious accident in her sleepy hometown, she inadvertently digs up a murder case that won’t be solved without ruffling a few feathers . . .

The moment Belinda arrives in Larches Corner, her Upstate New York hometown, she’s immediately recruited to care for a deceased friend’s flock of homing pigeons. But Belinda’s plans for a swift visit scatter after a local college student is mowed down in a malicious hit-and-run that has the whole town reeling.

At first, the gruesome demise of Jackson Hait appears to be a random tragedy. But Belinda quickly uncovers connections to a tight-knit group of friends and a similar death three years earlier . . . one that wasn't as accidental as it seemed. Now, Belinda must pluck the truth from a tangled nest of lies before a cruel killer takes wing.

My Thoughts on the Book
I've read one of the other books in this series, so I was looking forward to this one and I wasn't disappointed. The characters have layers. The plot and mystery have layers too, in addition to a nice pace.


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