Shopping is Murder (McKinley Mysteries)
Author: Carolyn Arnold
Series: McKinley Mysteries, Book 6
Genres: Cozy Mystery, Private Investigator
Publisher: Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.
Length: 159 pages
Print ISBNs: (5 x 8) 978-1-988064-49-9, (4 x 6) 978-1-988064-72-7
Book Overview for Shopping is Murder
They find more than a bargain…
Black Friday should be all about shopping and discounts, but when Sean and Sara only have a few more items left to buy, screams fill the mall—and for good reason. A man has fallen to his death from the second level.
But what exactly happened isn’t that straightforward, and normally, Sean and Sara would leave this matter to the police, but the widow was a childhood friend of Sara’s. While the police are leaning toward the belief the man intentionally took the leap, the widow is adamant her husband would never jump and asks Sara for her help.
Despite the fact there is an unresolved past between the friends—in which Sara feels she let her down—Sara can’t turn her back on her now. Fueled by guilt and the need to find answers, Sara convinces Sean they should look into the man’s death.
But the answers aren’t all coming quickly. Mall security has dropped the ball and there’s no seeming motive for murder. To find out the truth will take unconventional means, a little undercover work, and the help of their friend Jimmy. And if it all comes together, they just might have this case wrapped up in time for the holidays. Maybe even with a pretty little bow.
Testimonials & Reviews for Shopping is Murder
“Got to tell you readers that this is the perfect mystery to sink into and get away from the stress of shopping and the other holiday season activities! There are enough clues to keep you interested, along with the details of routine procedures that help the story move forward, and still keep you in suspense and turning the pages until the surprising climax occurs… I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it!”
—Glenda, GA Bixler Reviews
“A quick, fast-paced read with enjoyable characters, a dash of romance, plenty of mystery …”
“Sean and Sara McKinley are able to find a mystery anywhere, even in the mall while Christmas shopping.”