!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> Review: A Big Fat Greek Murder
Another Review at MyShelf.Com

A Big Fat Greek Murder
Goddess of Greene St Mystery #2
BY Kate Collins

December 1, 2020/ ISBN 9781496724359

Reviewed by Laura Hinds


Athena Spencer lives in Michigan, where she works at her family’s garden center and writes a blog as the Goddess Anon. Her family is big, Greek, and loud, and they love each other very much.

As a former newspaper reporter, Athena also has a way of digging for clues and putting the pieces together. Therefore, when her sister Selene is accused of murdering a groom-to-be it’s only natural that Athena makes it her mission to find the real killer and clear her sister’s name.

There’s nothing quite like a Kate Collins cozy mystery! This is only the second book in this series and I’m hooked already. The murder mystery kept me guessing and I was engaged with the characters and setting. My favorite part is Athena’s blog. It’s a clever addition to the story and gives insight that the mystery itself would not provide.

This is a fast-paced and fun mystery novel with a good touch of humor included. You do not need to have read “Statue of Limitations” in order to enjoy this book.

Highly recommended.

Reviewer Notes: Kate Collins also writes the Flower Shop Mystery series

Reviewed 2020
© MyShelf.com