Reviewed June 30, 2006.
Kensington Books, New York, 2006. 264 pages.
Available at Sembach Library (MCN F ROS).
delightful first novel. The detective of the new series
is an Air Force wife, so the world of the novel was one our library
and I know all too well.
has moved four
times in five years.
She’s a pilot's wife
and the mother of a
newborn, and she’s dismayed to learn that their new
in the same neighborhood as several other members of her husband’s
They live off base, but they
can’t escape the
event that Ellie attends, a nosy spouse dies from an allergy to bee
stings. Not many people liked her, so
when Ellie discovers honey wedged under her car’s gas pedal, she
play. But will anyone listen to a busy
Mom? Is one of her husband’s new
co-workers a murderer?
This is a
light and fun
mystery story. I enjoyed the characters,
and like seeing a mild-mannered mom solve a mystery.
It was fun to read the glossary of military
acronyms at the back of the book, and a little scary that I knew most
them. For extra fun, Sara Rosett
includes a moving tip at the end of almost every chapter.
I’m going to have to write some of them down
before I move this summer.
Sara Rosett's website is www.sararosett.com.
Copyright © 2006 Sondra
Eklund. All rights reserved.
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