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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Three Widows and a Corpse

Title: Three Widows and a Corpse
Series :Good Blogger mystery #3
Author: Debra Sennefelder
Genre: cozy mystery
Rating: 4
Food blogger Hope Early finds one item not on her scavenger hunt list—a dead husband . . .   Between developing her food blog, Hope at Home, and choosing low-cal recipes for a feature in Cooking Now! magazine, Hope has a full plate. Still, she’s never too busy to compete in a Jefferson, Connecticut, tradition—the town’s annual scavenger hunt.  But as she races with her team to check off the next item, Hope discovers a grisly surprise—the body of shady real estate developer Lionel Whitcomb, shot in a parking lot. His wife Elaine, who’s also in the hunt, gasps and nearly faints. But two other women on the scene cry out that their husband is dead.  It turns out this louse of a spouse was more than a little lax in legally divorcing his former wives. Did one of them put a bullet in the bigamist? Number one suspect and number three wife Elaine begs Hope to investigate. Now Hope is on a new kind of hunt—for a cold-hearted killer and triple widow-maker . . .

My thoughts
Would I recommend it ? Yes
Will I read more of this series?yes
Would I read more by this author?yes
My first time reading anything by this author or even in this series and I'm so glad that I discovered it, it's also my fist series where the main character is a food blogger which makes it a bit different from the other cozy mystery series I read. 
This one has me from the start of the story to the last page, and it made me laugh at some of the craziness that Hope seemed to get herself into without trying. I also loved how the author showed Hope working on her blog and how close she was to her sister and friends. And there was times I was sure will almost sure that one of the wives had killed Lionel, and they all seemed to have reasons as to why they would do it.And I can't forget the food that Hope made, which by the way sounded like it would be delicious, with that said I would love to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it .

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