Monday, April 12, 2021

Book Review: BELLS & BLAZES - The Mystery Sisters Book 4 by Karen Musser Nortman


Lil's daughter, Georgiann, has taken a new job as director of a visitor's bureau and the first task is to organize the Lights and Luminaries Festival held in December. It's the season of good will and Max and Lil come to visit, expecting a warm and pleasant experience. But when the Mystery Sisters are around, it can be anything but!


Sisters, Lil and Max aren't planning on sleuthing as they make their way to a small Missouri town for the holidays. Lil's daughter, Georgiann (George for short), has a new job there and is in charge of the holiday festival. With George's organization skills, the festival should go off without a hitch. Only there's vandalism, the choir's period costumes disappear, arson, and more. Although Max and Lil might not always agree, they're both determined to find out who is responsible and ensure George's success.

This was a fun, short read, even if the holidays are long gone. It is light, with some surprising and humorous antics by the two women in their seventies - I hope I have that much energy. Need a quick, light mystery? This one will not disappoint. This is the fourth in the series, but can be easily read as a stand-alone. It is the first for me, but won't be the last.

The Mystery Sisters Books
Reunion and Revenge
Foliage and Fatality
Double Dutch Death
Bells and Blazes

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