Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Review: COLD-BREWED MURDER by Neila Young

This year, Blake Harper, owner of the Mystery Cup Café, was throwing the Halloween bash on the rooftop for the small town of Wilton, Missouri. Clowns are scary enough, but they’re even scarier when you see them stabbing someone.

Story certainly brings a variety of characters, but none were really favorable—in fact, they were too many to count. And, in a mystery, it’s vital to know the characters, especially since they’re the potential suspects. The whole thing moved pretty slow. Like cold-brewed coffee, it was much too stale for my taste. I just really couldn’t get into it.

My rating: 2 stars

1 comment: