Death of a Modern King by Angela Pepper {Kelly’s Review}

Posted 6 January, 2016 by Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Death of a Modern King by Angela Pepper {Kelly’s Review}Death of a Modern King by Angela Pepper
Series: Stormy Day Cozy Murder Mystery #4
four-stars
Also in this series: Death of a Dapper Snowman, Death of a Crafty Knitter, Death of a Batty Genius
Genres: Contemporary, Cozy
Format: eARC
Source: Author
Kindle
Goodreads

A suspicious death at the Koenig Estate has everyone talking. Stormy Day was there when it happened, and she alone holds the key to solving the mystery.

With a little help from her friends, including those on the police force, everyone's favorite small-town sleuth, Stormy Day, won't stop until justice is served.

The town might even need to name a new beverage after her!

Stormy Day is at it again!

Thoughts on Death of a Modern King

Okay. So. Stormy gets into a lot of crazy situations. Given the alarming regularity in which she stumbles over dead bodies, I worry the town will start shunning her soon. Nah, I’m just kidding. There will be no shunning. The town (mostly) loves her. She has friends tucked away everywhere she looks and a whole stable of men who keep giving her lovey-dovey eyes. *coughs pointedly at Officer Dimples*

She does, however, have an incredible talent for being at the wrong place at the wrong time. Or maybe it’s the right place. I don’t know. What I do know is that dead bodies are practically falling into her lap, demanding she extract CRUEL VENGEANCE FOR THEIR UNTIMELY DEMISES! No, wait. That’s not quite right. What she does is unearths the secrets behind how the stiff ended up, well… stiff.

And she does it well.

I mean, she might get in a tangle or two with a billboard while doing it, but she LEARNS something from that tangle. Kinda. And then she uses the skills her pops instilled her with to ferret out the secrets of the town. Also, she unearths a hidden bunker. Which is all sorts of fun for everyone.

Stormy is quirky and fun and she’s certainly grown into the role she took on after finding that first body. She has a steady man (one who has a mystery or two lingering about him, it seems) and plenty of friends to lean on when the situation gets sticky. The only thing I worry about with her is who’s going to end up dead next.

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four-stars

Filed under: Contemporary, ESR: 8, Mystery, Review: Kelly,

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