But she longs to create “something wordy, something original, something she would want to read.” She doesn’t want to write anything boring. Ironic, because that’s how this book starts out.
Then she starts to receive threatening messages urging her to not write the story. But what story and who sent the message? Finally, somebody is found dead. Yay, the mystery!
I like that Roxy is sassy, single, and independent. Overall, the book was languid and subdued. It was a typical “who dunnit” mystery. However, readers will enjoy Roxy’s inquisitive and crafty journalistic instincts. This is a simple, mildly amusing mystery.
My rating: 3 stars