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Molded 4 Murder–suffocation by clay

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Molded 4 Murder

by J.C. Eaton

Molded 4 MurderSophia (Phee) Kimball is a full-time bookkeeper for Williams Investigations located in Glendale, Arizona. Nate, a retired police officer, moved to Arizona from Minnesota and persuaded Phee to work for his agency. Later he hired Marshall to join the group. They all knew each other from their jobs in Minnesota, but Phee and Marshall now have a romantic relationship. Phee lives close to her mother who, in league with her book club, keeps drama and gossip stirred up in the retirement community of Sun City West.

Phee finds herself drawn into an off-the-books mystery when two ladies she met on an airplane ask her to find out who is pilfering odd items in their resort retirement community. At the same time, Nate and Marshall are called in by local law enforcement as consultants when a semi-retired art teacher is found suffocated. Both mysteries get more complicated as the story progresses forming an intricate web. Not everyone is who they seem to be, and Phee’s favor to the ladies turns deadly. J.C. Eaton’s Molded 4 Murder includes quirky characters, humorous dialogue, investigators who know how to work as a team, and a lot of plot twists. It’s a cozy mystery that will leave you wanting more of the fun and action that this husband/wife writing duo dishes up so well.

I would like to extend my thanks to netgalley.com and to Kensington Books for giving me the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 5/5

Category: Mystery

Notes: #5 in the Sophie Kimball Mystery Series, but could be read as a standalone.

Publication:  August 27, 2019—Kensington Books

Memorable Lines:

We’ve got enough sugar cookies to set an entire classroom of kindergartners spinning for hours.

You give up a lot of things when you get old. You shouldn’t have to give up your privacy.

That girl can pick up gossip quicker than a black sweater picks up lint.


1 Comment

  1. It would let me like this book. I agree with you about this book.🍵☕👵

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