I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Kirsten Weiss
Released: March 19 2019
Series: A Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum Mystery #4
Published by Midnight Ink
“If you’re a fan of Laura Childs Scrapbooking Mystery series, I think that you might end up liking this one too. ”
~ Under the Covers
This is my first read by Kristen Weiss and I was interested in trying out this series because of its paranormal aspect. I’ve read quite a few Cozy Mysteries but the majority of them have been Contemporaries. So when I saw that this one had a paranormal twist to it, I was excited to read more.
First off, I really like the concept of this series. It has a paranormal museum as the main location and in addition to the spooky atmosphere, there’s a lot of detail and history with it as well. I thought that this added a lot of intrigue to the series, making it far more unique than other books in its league.
Another thing that I really enjoyed about this book were the characters. I really grew to love Maddie and her friends. Their friendship was so fun to read about and also, I love how the several personalities worked together to create a more well-rounded unit. It just made the book more fun because you have a strong connection to the heroine. That being said, I’m very excited to read the other books in the series.
If you’re a fan of Laura Childs Scrapbooking Mystery series, I think that you might end up liking this one too. There’s a balance of plot and fun antics as well, which I think is hard to come by and why this series makes me very excited for more.
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