|Last Chance for Justice|
Reviewed by Marian Baay
Travel with mother Lynn and daughter Rachel to Bloomfield—a small town where everyone knows each other and nothing is secret from your neighbours. But still there is an unsolved mystery in Bloomfield.
When Lynn inherited her brother’s house at cemetery drive in Bloomfield, she never had thought that she would also inherit her brother’s desire to solve the mystery about Last Chance Justice. Who is this Last Chance?—and perhaps even more interesting is to find out how this man got his name.
Lynn grew up in Bloomfield and left town when she got married 35 years ago. Now she's back for a couple of days to go through her brother’s belongings and to put his house on the market. But things take longer than she anticipated and meanwhile she gets reacquainted with old friends.
Her beautiful daughter attracts the attention of the young men and soon two are vying for her hand.
This was a relaxing and enjoyable read. The characters are very real and it feels like the reader is visiting and having coffee or sun tea on the porch with them. There are also some nice and interesting secondary characters. The atmosphere is relaxed and lighthearted. The mystery keeps the reader guessing—I really had no idea where it was going. So yes, I think Kathi Macias did a very nice job!
*Thanks to the publisher for sending me a review copy through NetGalley.*
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