Monday, February 6, 2017
Blown Away by Clover Tate
Saturday I finished reading Clover Tate's New Kite Shop Mystery Called Blown Away. This is a first in series about a young kite designer who is in search of her Independence as much as work life balance. I loved that this cozy was set on the West Coast, in Oregon and I loved the references to Portland, Tillamook and even Sea Side. Main character Emmy is young, inspired and a handful. With a great best friend, dog and protective parents Emmy is trying to find her own way. In her new town, with her new business things look bright but a quick trip to the beach and a discovery of a dead body puts her welcome into a tail spin. A good mystery, great setting and an interesting idea for a cozy for sure! Out February 7th you may just want to pick it up and dream of flying kites in the Spring.
In the all-new Kite Shop Mystery series set in the beachside community of Rock Point, Oregon, kite shop owner Emmy Adler gets swept up in a murder investigation.Emmy is finally living her dream. She’s moved to the coastal town of Rock Point, Oregon, and is starting a kite business. Strings Attached features her own unique designs, inspired by everything from Picasso to Matisse’s colorful cutouts. Her spirits are soaring sky-high the morning of the grand opening—until she stumbles upon a dead man washed up on the beach. The body belongs to local chef Miles Logan, and the gash across his chest indicates he’s been murdered. The sheriff suspects Emmy’s best friend, Avery, who used to date the chef. Emmy is sure Avery would never hurt anyone, but her pal doesn’t have an alibi for the night of the murder. With Avery’s freedom and the fate of her kite shop up in the air, Emmy takes it upon herself to follow the string of clues and solve the murder before the real killer takes flight.
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