Saturday, July 18, 2015
Killer Keepsakes, by Jane K. Cleland
Cover image courtesy of LibraryThing
A delightfully well-written cozy mystery featuring the owner of a quaint New Hampshire antique shop and auction house. Her small group of employees are like family, so it is especially upsetting when her friend and assistant has not returned from work after her Hawaiian vacation. Even more distressing is the sight of a dead man on the missing woman's living room sofa! The plot twists and turns, with mysterious callers and secret identities before the answers are finally revealed.
(This book is fourth in a series, but stands alone very well. I have not read the others, and had no problem following this.)