director Amy Webber and her fiancé, dancer Richard
Muir are soon to be married. Kurt Kendrick hosts a party celebrating
the upcoming marriage and the cast of characters at the event
include the uninvited Oscar Salvaggio and his assistant. Oscar
and Kurt are rivals in the art dealing industry.
When Richard and Amy come across Salvaggio’s body, Kurt
becomes the prime suspect. Although he is no angel, Amy doesn’t
believe he killed the man. Therefore, despite the flurry of
wedding preparations still to be done Amy along with her best
friend Sunny and her Aunt Lydia launch their own investigation
to try to solve the crime.
Packed with enough twists and turns to keep even the most
avid cozy mystery reader guessing, “A Deadly Edition”
is an engaging read. I have enjoyed getting to know each of
the characters over the course of the five books in the series.
If you enjoy a good mystery with likable characters, romance,
and more than a touch of humor, you will love this book. It
is not necessary to have read the previous four books, but
I suspect that true cozy fans will have already done so, or
will want to after reading this book.
Previous Reviews for the series:
for the Books
Due For Murder