Sunday, March 29, 2015

Book Review: Coda to Murder by J. Q. Rose

by M. J. Joachim


J. Q. Rose wrote a very fun and entertaining mystery novel. Coda to Murder is a light story and a quick read. Set in a church with the Reverend and main character being the prime suspect for the murder that takes place in her church early on, Coda to Murder has a bit of fun with the Reverend and her bff sleuthing to solve the crime. (She also prays a lot, sending up “Oh help me God’s” as befitting to a reverend of a church.) A playful romance develops as the prime investigator gets slightly irritated over their less than helpful tactics to find the real murderer.

Take into account all the interesting and intriguing characters you find at any church, and you’ll have more than your share of fun reading Coda to Murder. It’s the type of story that lets you take your mind off things, provides you with a few very silly things to giggle about and gives you the escape you need to relax and enjoy your reading time.

I’m so glad you stopped in for a visit today. Please feel free to leave a comment sending kind wishes to J. Q. for success with her novel, and sharing anything else you might like to say to me.

Happy Sunday,

M. J.

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