Die Me a River

by Denise Swanson

Denise Swanson has been writing cozy mysteries (in several series) for a while now. Her books are enjoyed by those who welcome spending time in Scumble River, the locale of both the original and the “welcome back” series.

This book features Skye whom I have followed for many years. By now she is trying to enjoy a maternity leave from her position as a school psychologist. But…things are never calm around Skye and her police chief husband, not even when they are trying to arrange for their babies’ christening.

What caused an explosion at a bowling alley? Who is the victim? Who the perpetrator? Enjoy finding our in this story. If you enjoy this, know that there are many cozies set in Scumble River.

Many thanks to NetGalley and Sourcebooks Landmark for this title. All opinions are my own.

Pub date: September 2018

From the Publisher

New York Times bestselling author Denise Swanson
Next in the beloved series!There's an explosive new case in Scumble River...Skye will need an ace up her sleeve to solve this one!

Editorial Reviews

Review

Based on this delightful entry, this cozy series should have a long, bright future.– “Publishers Weekly on Dead in the Water”

Note:

Currently the fourth in this series is available from Kindle for less than $2.00

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