Brownies, bribes and a body on the beach.
Suburban mom Jill Andrews has two young kids and a husband who travels more than he's home. Her biggest worry is the decision to re-enter the workforce, until she trips over the body of her neighbor, Samuel Westen, who'd been feuding with Jill's sister-in-law Desi.
When the stress of being the police's top suspect lands Desi in the hospital with pregnancy complications, Jill must navigate her own mom-life crisis, sift through a tangled web of secrets and lies, and discover the identity of the real killer before it's too late.
Please eliminate anyways from your vocabulary. Other than that it was a good read.
Don’t Mess With My Family!
This is a great cozy mystery! No supersleuths involved, rather a stay-at-home mom trying to clear a family member suspected of murder. This harried and imperfect woman has concerns and anxieties many of us also suffer but harass her family at your own peril! The characters are (mainly) sympathetic, the writing is crisp and the editing is well done. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series!
Brownie Points for Murder
A delightful beginning for a new series. Realistic day to day events of mothers, business, and unexpected murders in an idealistic small town.