Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Winter's End

 *I received a free copy of this novel from NetGalley, St Martin's Press and Minotaur Books for my honest review.*

I am going to be totally biased in this review because I absolutely love this series!

Spring is just around the corner and Beth is facing her first Death March - the annual coming together to make sure everyone made it through winter. When a couple of residents don't check in, Beth helps with locating those who are missing. And when Orin, the town's resident FBI man on the DL, goes missing after a search, Beth becomes concerned and it is added to her list of things she is investigating - the location of her long lost father and a new friend who wasn't at the Death March.

The characters in Benedict, Alaska are fantastically written and so enjoyable to read and get to know through the novels. I am really enjoying how a new criminal or two show up at the Benedict House each novel. And bringing in just a bit of the past into Beth's current world in Alaska is very smartly done. Just a bit each novel and big set ups for the next in the series!

I can't wait for the next book in this series and I can't wait to finish some of my other series so I can start on Shelton's separate series. So much to read, so little time!

Five stars! Seriously, I can't recommend this series enough!

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