The ninth book in the Mattie Winston series does not disappoint, they just keep getting better We left Mattie and Steve being married in the last book. The newly wedded pair is sent to a seedy, run-down motel for what appears to be a grisly murder-suicide. As the pair begins their investigation they realize the man believes the shooter is left-hand and the gun is near his right hand. They explored the situation they learned the victims had large insurance policies which would benefit both spouses. The coroner’s office is still understaffed and Mattie has returned to working full time. Bones are located in the acreage delaying their house plans. The bones become a media sensation causing more difficulties. The pair needs answers to all the cases they have been working on before there are more deaths of innocent people. I highly recommend this book and series.
Disclosure: Many thanks to Kensington Books for my copy to review. The opinions expressed are my own.