Thursday, January 26, 2017

Murder at the Fortune Teller's Table by Janet Finsilver

I sat down to read Murder at the Fortune Teller's Table with the intention of reading only a few chapters, I however found that I could not stop. Janet Finsilver's third book in the Kelly Jackson Mystery Series surprised me. I very much enjoy a cozy mystery where there is team effort, and the team is diverse. I thought this would have more of a paranormal twist to it but it really did not. I was pleasantly surprised with the tale and how the story unfolded. I did not figure out the murderer ahead of time and I was invested in solving the case as if I was a member of the team. This book made me think and it made me curious, so much so that I could not put it down. This is a mid March release you can order by clicking here.


Poisons, prophecies—and a peculiar past . . . When a local woman begins searching for a couple she hasn’t seen since the 1960s, Redwood Cove Bed and Breakfast manager Kelly Jackson and the crime-solving group, the “Silver Sentinels,” are quick to help out. They’re also quick to guess that they’re in over their heads after the woman is found dead beside the body of a Greek fortune teller—and a fellow Sentinel gets attacked. As Kelly juggles work and her responsibilities at a food and wine festival in town, she and her sleuthing posse must confront a killer obsessed with old secrets . . . and solve a murder mystery more than fifty years in the making . . .

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