Review; Murder at the Falls (Creature Comforts #3) by Arlene Kay

Last year I recieved an ARC of the cosy mystery Murder at the Falls (Creature Comforts #3) by Arlene Kay through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Army vet Persephone “Perri” Morgan has found a second career handcrafting leather pet accessories—and a satisfying sideline in training therapy dogs. But there’s no cure for a cold-blooded murderer. . . .

Perri and her BFF Babette Croy team up to bring their therapy dogs to an upscale senior living facility. But The Falls’ pleasant façade hides some unpleasant secrets. Valuables are missing, feuds fester, and one resident even fears for her life. Sprightly senior Magdalen Melmoth swears she’s being targeted because her grandfather was none other than Oscar Wilde, and her legacy includes an unpublished novel by the literary genius.

Convinced it’ll take more than calming canines to sniff out the truth, Perri enlists the help of her beau, hotshot reporter Wing Pruett. When a nurse is poisoned by chocolates sent to Magdalen, and a physician is brutally murdered, the case takes a deeply troubling turn. Perri, Babette, and their furry friends race to bring a killer to heel, but can they outsmart an enemy who’s simply bad to the bone?

My Thoughts on the Book
Murder at the Falls is an engaging cosy mystery with several red herrings to throw you off a bit. I liked Perri and her dogs, but I felt some of the other characters could need a bit of depth to them. To me, some of them were a bit simplistic and one-dimensional at times.

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