Review; Murder in Waiting (Tourist Trap Mysteries #11) by Lynn Cahoon

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Murder in Waiting (Tourist Trap Mysteries #11) by Lynn Cahoon through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
In the latest Tourist Trap mystery from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lynn Cahoon, bookshop café owner Jill Gardner contends with a best friend-turned-bridezilla while trying to solve a local historian’s untimely date with death . . .

At Coffee, Books, & More, Jill’s the boss. But as Amy’s maid-of-honor, she can barely keep up with marching orders—and now she’s in charge of organizing an epic bachelorette! Adding to Jill’s party-planning panic, the South Cove Heritage Society just unceremoniously dumped her historic landmark bid. While vying proposals rush in from a loaded land developer and a pushy travel guide company, Jill finds an unexpected ally in Heritage Society expert, Frank Gleason. But their happy union is cut short when Frank is mowed down in a suspicious hit-and-run. With Amy’s big day on the horizon, Jill vows to catch the killer before she has to catch a bouquet.

My Thoughts on the Book
I've read several other books by Lynn Cahoon, so I was looking forward to this one and it didn't disappoint. The characters are likeable and realistic. The plot is well written, engaging and with a good pace. Overall, it's a fun read.

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