Sunday, September 12, 2010

Shoulder Bags & Shootings (Book Review)

As many of you know murder mystery books are my favorite to read. I love to figure out who done it, and along with a great story line that makes me feel like apart of.

Shoulder Bags and Shootings is the third book in the Haley Randolph Mysteries Kensington series. In this book you pick up the story with Haley who is minimum wage associate in a department store. This department store is the same one own by her new boyfriend Ty. She has just returned from a wonderful trip in Europe where the only thing she didn't return with was her rent money!

With an obsession for the newest hot "handbag" she borrows her boyfriends grandmothers car. A quick stop at her job she despises and back out to the car to find a not so nice treat in the trunk ... a dead body. Come to find out this is not the first time she has found a dead body.

Follow along while Haley while she becomes the sleuth to find out who the real murderer is along the back story that she didn't know about the people around her.

The only thing that I missed was some back story on the previous books. One thing about reading series is if you haven't read the previous ones you can be a little lost or feel like your missing something. I am now on the hunt to find the previous books, I just loved the story and the lead character Haley. I truly enjoyed this book, it is a fast read that you'll be wanting more when it's over.

BUY IT: Shoulder Bags and Shootings by Dorthy Howell in hardback for $22.00 or currently on Amazon for $15.84 or on Kindle for $9.49.

Thank you for FSB for yet another amazing book for my collection.

My amazing friend at Firefly has the best disclosure, It about sums it all up :). Thank you sweetie for the disclosure.

Disclosure – The product featured in this review was provided to me free of charge, by the manufacturer or representing PR agency. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

5 comments:

  1. I don't read mysteries. Sounds like it was very interesting.

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  2. I love mysteries, something about solving it always intrigues me. This has such a great sense of humor and spirit to it you'd love it!

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  3. sounds like a good read, I'll add it to my last.

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  4. Murder mysteries are one of my favorite types of stories also.
    This one sounds really good.
    Thanks for review, I'll have to add it to my to be read list and to my Kindle.

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