Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Review: MURDER MY SWEETS by Sylvia Selfman

Izzy, along with her senior friend, Flo, opens up a detective agency. She overhears a shady conversation at a pancake house. Were these guys plotting murder?

Ah, Izzy, you gotta stop snooping around and not get mixed up with all these misunderstandings.

Simple read and witty. Izzy was relatable in the sense that she, too, didn’t get technology. I mean, needing a tracking to find a tracker. Ah, to get old and deal with technology.

I thought we had the original mystery from the start, but then it goes to a woman thinking someone’s trying to kill her. Was there a connection between this and the two guys talking previously?

Overall, the mystery is pretty slow—like the old ladies. And not only does Izzy talk to her cat, but she makes the cat talk back! Crazy old lady.

I guess this can be a quirky read, but it was just too slow for me.

My rating: 2 stars

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