Review; The Body from the Past (A Jazzi Zanders Mystery #5) by Judi Lynn

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery The Body from the Past (A Jazzi Zanders Mystery #5) by Judi Lynn through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
A closed room in her newest fixer-upper leads Indiana house-flipper Jazzi Zanders to reopen a chilling cold case involving a high school girl . . .

Jazzi, her cousin Jerod, and her husband Ansel are preparing to renovate a charming house that reminds her of an English manor. Before purchasing it, they had inspected the house for structural issues, but now when they do a more thorough walk-through, they discover a teenage girl's bedroom that clearly hasn't been touched in years. Dust covers the pink canopy bed, clothes still hang in the closet, and a hope chest remains full of journals and memorabilia. They've stumbled on a shrine to a dead girl.

They learn Jessica was killed in the middle of her high school graduation party. The murderer was never identified, but the brother-in-law of Jazzi’s friend, who went to school with Jessica, was suspected and never lived it down. He implores Jazzi to review the cold case and finally prove him innocent. Now it’s up to the house-flipper to nail a killer who will do anything to close the door on the past . . .

My Thoughts on the Book
The Body From The Past was a fun and engaging read. I loved the house flipping/fixer upper part of the book, in addition to the plot and story. The characters, such as Jazzi, Ansel and Jerod, was well written and complex.

Overall, it was a good and entertaining read.

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