Thursday, July 11, 2019

Review: MURDER AT THE MUSEUM by Melanie Myers

Maree Lilley is a plane crash survivor. Now no longer an archaeologist with a fear of flying, she works as a curator for the town’s museum. After an argument with her boss, she finds him dead on her desk. The police think she did it.

Easy to read for the most part, book had a slight wit and an interesting premise. The death of a town jerk sounded like it might lead to some clever angles and quirky suspects; however, the whole thing was stifled by the amateur sleuths that didn’t have a clue.

This was an okay mystery, but not the best.

My rating: 3 stars

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