Edited for Death, by Michele Drier

I love a good mystery so when I discovered Drier’s book “Edited for Death” I was excited. It’s the story of journalist Amy Hobbe’s who, while researching a story, lands smack dab in the middle of a murder investigation. What I loved most about this story was the historical references. One of the victims was a World War II veteran and so there were many flashbacks to the past which were enjoyable to read.
The mystery itself was intriguing and I loved trying to fit the clues together like puzzle pieces. The truth is I never got the puzzle right. I was surprised at the ending.
Overall, I enjoyed the book. The only criticism I would give is that I didn’t feel super connected to the characters but the plot carried me along. If you are looking for a good cozy mystery, this book is for you.


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