Monday, June 3, 2013

Book Review

“Moving Can Be Murder” by Susan Santangelo:

Santangelo continues to delight her readers with this second in her Murder Series.

No matter how hard she tries, Carol Andrews ends up being the star attraction in her hometown of Fairport, Connecticut. Because her husband Jim—her ‘Beloved’—is retired and due to his slight health issue, they decide to move into an adult active community. Their old home is sold and it’s one less thing Carol needs to worry about…at least until the night before the closing when she goes to the house to say her final goodbyes and finds a dead body. Unfortunately, it’s the new owner. To say the sale is dead is redundant.

One of her best friends is a suspect in the homicide and Carol cannot just walk away and let the cops deal with it. That would be the actions of a sane person. No, she again ‘lends’ a hand to find the killer. Is it Mary Alice, her best friend?

What does a house sale, thrift shop, nun, and garbage have to do with Carol Andrews? Trust me, it wouldn’t be much fun for me to tell you. You have to read this book to find out! Just as with “Retirement can be Murder,” “Moving can be Murder” makes you laugh out loud. Another ‘Santangelo 5-Star’ read that you won’t want to miss!

Reviewed by Starr Gardinier Reina, author of “The Other Side: Melinda’s Story” 

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