Gobble, Gobble Murder ~ Lucy Stone # & and #24 (by Leslie Meier)

I really enjoy the books in the Lucy Stone series. However, I need to be alert when checking out new books being released. This one was just a rerelease of two previously published books. I feel taken advantage of because it’s like a ploy by the publisher to sell more copies of the book. That’s my rant, so I’ll move on to the reviews of the book(s).

Turkey Day Murder ~ Lucy Stone #7: Once again, Lucy finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation. The family dynamic is still having some blips. And then celebrating Thanksgiving adds to the family and community vibe in Tinker’s Cove. The murder mystery has you flipping through the pages with twists and turns to keep your attention.

Turkey Trot Murder ~ Lucy Stone #24: This addition to the Lucy Stone series was a great read. There were some very serious but timely issues addressed. The opioid epidemic is something that is affecting so many lives and families. And the issue of immigration which is also related to racism was addressed. The author does a great job of treating these subjects with a level of importance they deserve while being gentle with the sensitive nature. There were several plots going on at the same time but this was not at all distracting. It kept your interest and provided a well developed read.

Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Publishing Corporation for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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