Review; A Shot of Murder (A Lucky Whiskey Mystery #1) by J.A. Kazimer

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve a press copy of the cosy mystery A Shot of Murder (A Lucky Whiskey Mystery #1) by J.A. Kazimer through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
When it comes to murder, sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.

Ten years after leaving the small town of Gett, Florida, for Hollywood stardom, Charlotte "Charms" Lucky--who has never quite lived up to her surname--returns home to run the Lucky Whiskey distillery while her grandfather recovers from a heart attack.

Making whiskey is harder than Charlotte imagined, especially with longtime rivals and resentful townsfolk interfering at every turn. She'll need more than a lucky charm to keep the family afloat, especially when she discovers her high school boyfriend's pickled corpse in a Lucky Whiskey cask and her grandfather is arrested for the murder. Charlotte has one shot to clear his name and save the family business, and that is to find the real killer among a town full of suspects.

My Thoughts on the Book
A Shot of Murder is a first in a new series and I really enjoyed reading this one. It has a solid plot line as well as several interesting characters that was well developed. An added bonus to it all was of course the whiskey distillery side of it all.


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