Monday, May 2, 2016

review: red flags by tammy kaehler

Racecar driver Kate Reilly has a knack for getting involved in murder investigations, but this time she’d really rather not be involved as the victim is a cousin who hated her. Although Kate is trying to build a relationship with her father, the rest of his family want nothing to do with her and go so far as to accuse her of Billy’s murder. Despite Kate’s desire to stay away from the murder investigation, she keeps being pulled in because of the ties Billy and his death have to racing. Throughout the lively plot that includes plenty of racing action, Kate keeps her head even while hobnobbing with celebrities or being assaulted in a warning to stay away. This unconventional cozy mystery perfectly combines the mystery elements with family relations and romance as well as Kate’s dedication to her career.
5/5
Review copy provided by the publicist, MM Book Publicity.

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