#Review A Small Town Can Be #Murder (Whistle Stop Mysteries) by Julie Seedorf

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A Small Town Can Be #Murder (Whistle Stop Mysteries)
by Julie Seedorf

About A Small Town Can Be #Murder


A Small Town Can Be #Murder (Whistle Stop Mysteries)
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Publisher: Skye Bridge Publishing (December 21, 2019)
Paperback: 196 pages
ISBN-10: 0578605481
ISBN-13: 978-0578605487
Digital ASIN: B082YLDW43

 

You have all heard the story: big-city girl moves to small town and lives happily ever after. That’s not the forever-after Angel Delaight found when she moved to Whistle Stop, Minnesota. First her realtor is found dead in her new house, which is also rumoured to be haunted. Then homeless animals began showing up at her door, along with a bevy of townspeople who seem to know what she is doing at all times. Not to mention a secret journal turning up during renovation, revealing more secrets hidden in this small community.

Will those secrets from the past put Angel’s life and those of her friends and family in danger? When the big-city girl meets a small town, it can be murder.

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REVIEW

Big city Chicago girl Angel Delight moves to small town Whistle Stop,Minnesota with the view of renovating the house she bought and settling into to quiet small town life. Only it would appear that the small town has other ideas! She finds her realtor dead in her new house hours after signing the documents. From this moment we are met with quite a cast of wonderful characters, an apparent murder-suicide case, possible ghosts in the house and a brilliant story line.

I thoroughly enjoyed this small town cozy mystery, from the setting of Whistle Stop to the characters to the twists and turns of who-dunnit. I thought I had it figured out but once again I have been eluded right until the very end.

I’m sorry to admit that I chuckled every time I read Angel Delaight name, you see it reminded me so much of a pudding that we make here in the UK with a powder sachet and milk called Angel Delight and I did read her name with the ‘a’ in all the time…. also there were a few small town sayings that she has never heard of before moving there and she really took the hump at anyone calling her little lady, missy or the like – that irritated me as it was a constant gripe for her and yes in this day and age of ultra feminism I can see her point, but I also found it an endearing quality of small town folks, thankfully she began to let it slide but as the saying goes you cant teach an old dog new tricks right?

5 stars

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About Julie Seedorf

A Bit About Me As An Impassioned Writer

As human beings, we are always a work in progress. From birth to death we live, hurt, laugh, cry, feel, and with all of those emotions we grow as people, as family members, and as friends. I am a dreamer and feel blessed to have the opportunity in my writing to pass those dreams on to others. I believe you are never too old to dream and to turn those dreams into a creative endeavor. I live in rural Minnesota and I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.

I have worn many hats throughout my life such as working as a waitress, nursing home activities person, office manager and finally a computer repair person eventually owning my own computer sales and repair business. I never forgot my love of writing and quit my computer business in 2012 after signing a contract with Cozy Cat Press for Granny Hooks A Crook, the first book in my Fuchsia, Minnesota Series.

Adding five more books to the Fuchsia Series, adding a Brilliant, Minnesota Series and writing a column for local newspapers feeds my writing creativity. This year the Whistle Stop series was born. Small towns have my heart and I hoped to convey that in my new series.

I also dabble a bit in watercolor painting and hope to eventually add pictures to my children’s book series, Granny’s In Trouble.

Oh, and did I tell you I like to be a little bit silly.

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One thought on “#Review A Small Town Can Be #Murder (Whistle Stop Mysteries) by Julie Seedorf

  • April 10, 2020 at 4:05 pm
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    Thank you for your review on “A Small Town Can Be #Murder” by Julie Seedorf and for being part of the book tour.

    This book is definitely on my TBR list and I can’t wait for the opportunity to read it.

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