Monday, December 1, 2014
Book Review - Murder at the Book Group
About the Book
Hazel Rose never dreamed that the murder mystery book group she and her friend Carlene started would stage a real murder. Nevertheless, the normally composed Carlene is unusually angry and rattled one night during a book group discussion and dies after drinking cyanide-spiked tea. Despite a suicide note, Hazel is skeptical; Carlene never seemed suicidal. Incidentally, Carlene was married to Hazel's ex-husband, and Hazel has always suspected there might be something more to her past than she let on. Hazel begins a search for the truth that produces no shortage of motives, as she unearths the past that Carlene took great pains to hide. And most of those motives belong to the members of her very own book group...
My Take on the Book
I had never read a Maggie King book before, but this one was a fun one. The book had a good story line and the characters were a ton of fun too. My wife has been a part of book groups in the past and she said that the author did a great job at describing the culture and the traditions of the book club itself. There was some great twists in the book that I liked as well and that made the book even better. All-in-all this was a great book that will keep you guessing and keep the pages turning!
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