Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Review -Deadly Vintage
Author - Elaine Flynn
ISBN - 978-1-880284-87-2
Pages - 259
Rating - 4/5

All Molly Doyle wants to do is run her Carmel antique shop, enjoy raising her niece Emma, and look forward to a deepening relationship with Kenneth Randell the local police chief. But life continues to throw her curves. Molly, who wants to expand her business into interior decorating, accepts a job and finds herself in the midst of family squabbles. When those squabbles end in murder Molly finds herself becoming a suspect while at the same time becoming concerned for Emma's future when a stranger walks into her Treasures Antiques store.

I usually do not like cozy type mysteries but Elaine Flynn has created a great character in Molly Doyle that I find myself searching out her books and enjoying them a great deal. Ms. Flynn writes very well and the plot has enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. I highly recommend this book.

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