Sunday, March 4, 2018

Death By The Sea by Kathleen Bridge

Kathleen Bridge's Death By The Sea has blown me away. I loved this book and I am incredibly excited for you to read it too. It was fun to picture and imagine the Indialantic Hotel and characters who dwell within the walls. So much to love from the back story of main character Liz, who is beautifully scarred inside and out, to her amazing great Aunt, and much loved Grand-Pierre. I loved this book for so many reasons. As a cozy lover this story came across as just a little bit more than your everyday cozy. As a first in series it had everything you could want and more, I could easily see myself spending time shopping at the emporium on the hotel grounds and hanging out with the characters. This great read is going to be published by Lyrical Underground on April 3rd. I would recommend pre ordering now so you can read it right away!

 The Indialantic by the Sea hotel has a hundred-year-old history on beautiful Melbourne Beach, Florida, and more than a few guests seem to have been there from the start. When Liz Holt returns home after an intense decade in New York, she’s happy to be surrounded by the eccentric clientele and loving relatives that populate her family-run inn, and doubly pleased to see the business is staying afloat thanks to its vibrant shopping emporium and a few very wealthy patrons.
 But that patronage decreases by one when a filthy rich guest is discovered dead in her oceanfront suite. Maybe this is simply a jewel theft gone wrong, but maybe someone—or many people—wanted the hotel’s prosperous guest dead. Only one thing is sure: there’s a killer at the Indialantic, and if Liz lets herself be distracted—by her troubled past or the tempting man who seems eager to dredge it back up—the next reservation she’ll book could be at the cemetery . . .

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