Monday, September 28, 2009
Bad to the Last Drop Review
When Joe, a regular at the town’s coffee house The Black Cat, goes missing and is later found dead, the regulars at The Black Cat – Joe’s “family” – are understandably upset. But when it’s discovered that Joe might have been killed, the town is rocked to its core. Best friends Deb Lindberg and Pat Kerry take it upon themselves to help solve what becomes increasingly evident is Joe’s murder. Deb’s background as an attorney and Pat’s background as a minister serve them in good stead as they seek to not only unravel the mystery of Joe’s death but also to uncover the many secrets of his past, all in an attempt to help his Russian-born sisters, who arrive unexpectedly in Ashland, looking for Joe.
Thanks to Langdon Street Press, I was able to get a reviewer’s copy of Bad to the Last Drop. This book was a lot of fun to read! It’s really interesting and you find yourself needing to know more about the center of the book, Joe. Plus, I’ve NEVER had a prologue draw me into the story as well as this one did! It basically tells you about what happens after the murder, from the murderer’s point of view, without telling you who did it. Which makes the story that much more intriguing. I seriously enjoyed this book so much. If you are looking for a murder mystery, but not something super serious, I highly recommend Bad to the Last Drop.
Bad to the Last Drop is scheduled for release in November. Look for a giveaway to celebrate the release later on!