The Rebecca Mayfield mysteries just keep getting better and I am waiting for the next adventure. Rebecca is determined to forget about Richie Amalfi but fate has determined otherwise. Rebecca neighbor, Kiki is injured by a prowler. The robbery squad feels is someone looking for money. Rebecca feels different especially when an employee is found murder in her neighbor’s Spa. Kiki says she has no enemies but the Spa’s leash is holding up the sale of the building.
Richie gets involved when his mother asks him to help with the sale of her home. The house suddenly doesn’t pass inspection. These subplots are brought together for a thrilling tale. The events take a chilling turn when Rebecca becomes a target. I highly recommend this book and series.

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9 Responses to FIVE O’CLOCK TWIST By Joanne Pence

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review.

  2. lghiggins says:

    I love it when the first book in a series is good, but then the rest just keep getting better. I’m definitely going to have to read this series–regardless of its availability to me as an ARC.

    • It has never been on NetGalley. My library has autographed copies of her Angie Amalfi series and the ones missing I brought e-books. I brought all of this series. When I buy books I don’t add a disclaimer. On library books I mention them. There is a novella that bridges the two series that I haven’t read as I dislike the sentiment that you find in Christmas books. Since I brought the fifth book it is offer free through it I haven’t ordered it though.

  3. Nina D says:

    This looks good. Glad you enjoyed!

  4. Carla says:

    This is a series I am not familiar with Betty. I will have to see if my library has any of them.

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