#Review The Remains in the Rectory (Viola Roberts Cozy Mysteries Book 6) by @Shea_MacLeod
Title: The Remains in the Rectory
Author: Shéa MacLeod
Series: The Viola Roberts Cozy Mysteries, Book 6
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Viola and Lucas are in the beautiful English Countryside, and after their car runs of petrol and they become stranded in a little village, with a storm coming their way, they have no choice but to stay at the local inn and wait until the storm and the flood settle. It should make for a nice break for both of them, but this is Viola Roberts we are talking about. Where she goes, dead bodies turn up and this book was no exception to the rule. But Viola not only has to contend with one body but three!!
One of the bodies has been dead a long time, and when Viola discovers that connection to one of the new bodies she does everything she can to connect the dots between all three. This was a good little cozy mystery and I really enjoyed the setting this time in the UK. A great addition to the series – I loved it!
About the Author:
Shéa MacLeod writes urban fantasy post-apocalyptic sci-fi paranormal romances with a twist of steampunk. Mostly because she can’t make up her mind which genre she likes best so she decided to write them all.
After six years living in an Edwardian town house in London just a stone’s throw from the local cemetery, Shéa headed back to her hometown of Portland, Oregon. She plans to live out her days eating mushroom pizza, drinking too many caramel lattes, exploring exotic locales, and avoiding spiders.
Shéa is the author of the Viola Roberts Cozy Mysteries and the bestselling Lady Rample Mysteries.
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