Thursday, August 1, 2013

review: something about sophie by mary kay mccomas

Sophie’s never been interested in learning about her birth parents, so the kindergarten teacher initially ignores the letters from a man with information. By the time she finally decides to meet with him, it’s too late but Sophie learns she’s been included in his will. The shock causes her to remain in town where she meets a good-looking doctor, but also winds up at the center of a murder investigation. It seems someone in town knows exactly why Sophie was in Arthur’s will and that person will do whatever it takes to keep the secret from coming out.

I loved how Mary Kay McComas wrote Something about Sophie so that the reader figured things out along with Sophie. Mysteries can be frustrating when either the reader or the protagonist knows more than the other. McComas also created absolutely fantastic characters who I could completely picture living in the small town that Sophie’s visiting.
Review copy from Amazon Vine.

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