Review; Mosaics and Magic by Nancy Warren

Earlier this year I read the paranormal cosy mystery Mosaics and Magic by Nancy Warren and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Beware the crystal ball...

When Lucy and Rafe are given a crystal ball as a wedding present, she’s shocked when it foretells doom. For the newlyweds, this was supposed to be a time of joy and celebration. But when a terrible accident befalls one of their wedding guests, Lucy and Rafe must postpone their honeymoon. And as the evidence begins to unravel, it becomes clear this was no accident.

Lucy and her undead knitters must navigate punting on the Cherwell River in Oxford, complicated and contentious relationships among their guests, and clues that don’t make sense. It may have looked like a random tragedy, but as every knitter knows, when you place the separate strands in a certain light, there’s always a distinctive pattern.

This is book 14 in the Vampire Knitting Club series. There's no blood, gore, swearing or sex, just quirky characters, a compelling mystery and a lot of fun.

My Thoughts on the Book
It was fun returning to Lucy and her friendly group of vampires. While Mosaics and Magic was a fun read, I had a hunch about whodunnit rather quickly and I was right. I suspect not all books in the series can be equally good, but it was nontheless an entertaining read.


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