When another murder occurs in Cape Cod, it shakes Chloe Cook to her core.
Unfortunately, that isn’t the only bad news that Chloe receives.
Much to Chloe’s dismay, one of her good friends gets arrested for the murder.
Chloe believes that the police have made a huge mistake. In Chloe’s mind, there is no way that her friend is guilty.
Chloe can’t get the detective to listen to her, however.
It soon becomes clear that there’s only one way for Chloe’s friend to get her freedom back.
Chloe will have to catch the real killer herself. Is she up to the challenge?
Chloe Cook wants nothing to do with solving murders, but when her good friend is arrested for the murder of her boyfriend, Chloe feels she has to investigate. Especially since her friend was caught standing over the body, and she is begging Chloe for help.
This is a quick read with an obvious killer. There isn’t much character development, but if you read all of the books, I’m sure the characters would be more developed in time.
If you’re looking for some light reading and enjoy murder mysteries, this is a book you’ll enjoy.
From the cover, my first thought was that this was a book about a Corgi that solves a murder… I will admit to a mild disappointment at learning this is probably not the case.
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It’s not the case, but I can see how you could be led to that conclusion.