A couple of reprints from books written earlier for Valentine's day. The first one is the VALENTINE CANDY Lucy Stone has accepted a job on the Library Board of Directors. At her first meeting, Lucy finds the librarian Bitsy Howell shot in the library 's basement. Bitsy had a habit of noticing the books people checked of library gossip about the books with others. Detective Lt. Horowitz feels the Killer was among the patrons at the Library that day. Lucy decided to look for an answer to Bisty's death.
Tinker Cove is experiencing the coldest winter on record and the economy is poor and a lot of people are hurting financially. Chanticleer Chocolate has stored for chocolates and the manager, Tamzin Graves has the women in an uproar as she flirts with men of the Cove. Tamzin's body is played out on the counter of store cover with chocolate. Lucy must act fast or she might join Tamzin in death.
I enjoy both books as I did when I first read them. A visit with Stones is a relaxing read. I recommend the book and series

Disclosure: Many thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.

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2 Responses to #VALENTINE CANDY MURDER by Leslie Meier

  1. lghiggins says:

    These sound like a good read for Feb. 14.

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