Review; A Mysterious Mix Up by J.C. Kenney

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery A Mysterious Mix Up by J.C. Kenney through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Netgalley
Murder hits the stacks when literary agent Allie Cobb investigates a fatality in the local library . . .

Allie Cobb returns home from a book conference armed with hugs for her cat and her boyfriend, and dreams of a long, hot bath. She’s also getting ready to take the plunge by hiring an intern for her expanding literary agency. But it’s one for the books when Allie finds the town’s librarian—and her longtime role model—seconds away from death on the library floor.

Who would want to poison Vicky Napier—one of Rushing Creek’s most beloved citizens—on the eve of her retirement? But it seems there were toxic people in her life, like the handyman with an obsessive crush, and a wood carver with a hair-trigger temper. The list of suspects includes Allie’s boyfriend, Brent, who’s in the running to take over as town librarian. Avenging her friend’s murder could be a trap as she goes up against a killer determined to write Allie’s epitaph . . .

My Thoughts on the Book
As I've read one of the previous books in this series, I couldn't resist this one. It has some really great characters, the dynamics between them can be entertaining at times, as well as a fun and engaging plot. It does have some red herrings as well, which made it a more interesting read.


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