Review – A Composition in Murder by Larissa Reinhart



5/5 Stars

This book (series) is like drinking a glass of sweet tea on the front porch – inviting and enjoyable so that you don’t want to get up. This is a fun and humorous mystery that will keep you turning the pages and before you know it, the last page has been turned.

Cherry Tucker is teaching art at Halo House, the local independent living home. The home’s most wealthy and famous resident, Belvia Brakeman – founder and CEO of Meemaw’s Sweet Tea – wants Cherry to investigate the death of her daughter. Belvia believes the death was a result of foul play. There is more at stake than finding the culprit, the sweet tea empire is in peril.

To add bitterness to Cherry’s life, the town is scrutinizing Cherry and her family. Her uncle is p for re-election as Sheriff, her ex-husband is dating her arch nemisis and Cherry’s brother is in jail. Cherry needs to keep her nose clean and stay out of trouble now more than ever.

This is a fast paced mystery that will keep you guessing. There are plenty of twists and turns that will have you trying to figure out what will happen next. The characters are fun, sometimes a little outrageous (this adds to the charm of the story), and likable. I’m left wanting more. I hope to read more stories featuring these delightful characters.

I received a copy ofthis manuscript from the author. I voluntarily chose to submit my unbiased reveiw.



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