I had read Trick or Treat Murder, the first mystery in this book, about 12 years ago. Of course, this takes you back to a different time in Lucy’s life with younger children, and then the second mystery, Wicked Witch Murder, takes place after Lucy’s children are older.
The mystery was still entertaining and had me guessing until the very end. There were the typical disagreements among the people in Tinker’s Cove, but for the most part there is a sense of community in the end.
I though the author did a great job of showing how people make judgments about individuals and get others drawn into their drama, but there is hope, because some people are not influenced by preconceived notions and can make their own judgments.
Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for my honest review.