The Coloring Crook (Pen & Ink Mysteries #2)
Includes A Front and Back Cover for You to Color! Life is looking rosy for Florrie Fox, manager of the Color Me Read bookstore in Georgetown, Washington D.C. She's working on an adult coloring book of gardens, her romance with Sergeant Eric Jonquille has entered a new chapter, and the bookstore's weekly coloring club is a source of friendship and entertainment. No member is more vibrant than Dolly Cavanaugh. Dolly likes to say she was blessed with beauty and cursed with lousy husbands, but at least she has a grown daughter and a stunning brownstone to show for it!When Dolly's love of garage sales results in her showing up at Color Me Read with a rare book in hand, Florrie is astounded. The Florist, the earliest known coloring book, was first published in 1760. An original copy would be worth a fortune--and someone else knows it. That same evening, Florrie finds Dolly dead on the floor of her apartment, a corner of a coloring book page clutched in her hand. As Florrie delves into Dolly's past and her personal effects, she discovers a skeleton in the closet--literally--and a whole lot of shady suspects. One of them is an expert in the fine art of murder, but can Florrie draw the right conclusion?

The Coloring Crook (Pen & Ink Mysteries #2) Details

TitleThe Coloring Crook (Pen & Ink Mysteries #2)
Author
ReleaseNov 27th, 2018
PublisherKensington Publishing Corporation
ISBN-139781496716422
Rating
GenreMystery, Cozy Mystery, Fiction

The Coloring Crook (Pen & Ink Mysteries #2) Review

  • Gail C.
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis was a light, easy read, just what I needed after a rather intense week. It is filled with easy to like characters, a charming setting and several mysteries to untangle. The primary mystery revolves around who killed Dolly, and as the story progresses the other mysteries begin to surface. This is the classic definition of a cozy mystery. There is a murder, with little emphasis on blood, guts and gore. The primary protagonist is Florrie, bookstore manager, with The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis was a light, easy read, just what I needed after a rather intense week. It is filled with easy to like characters, a charming setting and several mysteries to untangle. The primary mystery revolves around who killed Dolly, and as the story progresses the other mysteries begin to surface. This is the classic definition of a cozy mystery. There is a murder, with little emphasis on blood, guts and gore. The primary protagonist is Florrie, bookstore manager, with help and encouragement from her policeman boyfriend and a group of friends who gather at the bookstore for regular coloring sessions. I enjoyed getting to know the various characters and reading about a bookstore where I might like to spend time. There are a few recipes included in this book, which you will also find in Krista Davis’ Domestic Divas series. In this series, one of Florrie’s stress reliefs is baking and after the book some of these are included. They look interesting and might appeal to someone who wanted to try some new dessert recipes. While the characters and setting were entertaining, I found the overall story to be a little contrived. The way almost everyone in the book is revealed to be connected to someone else in the book as well as the murder victim was a bit unrealistic. Still, it was entertaining to read, and easy to not concentrate on how unlikely all the connections would be in real life. It is a book of fiction, and as such is entertaining when you want to give your brain something it doesn’t have to work hard to resolve. Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a light, relaxing read. This is the second book in a series, but is totally self-contained and I did not feel at a disadvantage because I hadn’t read the first in the series. If you’re looking for lots of tension and some serious crime fighting this book may not be for you. It is a perfect addition, however, for the dedicated cozy reader. My thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing an Advance Digital Copy. The opinions expressed in this review are strictly my own.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    Florrie Fox manages a bookstore in Washington, D.C. and is an adult coloring book artist. When her friend Dolly shows her a rare first edition coloring book she found at an estate sale, Florrie unwittingly becomes a target when the estate wants the valuable book back plus international buyers seek to find the book, also. Dolly hid her precious find before someone killed her.More than one mystery is skillfully blended into this plot and the pace is steady and absorbing. The author has outdone her Florrie Fox manages a bookstore in Washington, D.C. and is an adult coloring book artist. When her friend Dolly shows her a rare first edition coloring book she found at an estate sale, Florrie unwittingly becomes a target when the estate wants the valuable book back plus international buyers seek to find the book, also. Dolly hid her precious find before someone killed her.More than one mystery is skillfully blended into this plot and the pace is steady and absorbing. The author has outdone herself inserting mysterious characters into the storyline at different points making you wonder ‘who on earth is this person’ before nicely connecting all the dots at the end. The cast of characters, whether good ones or not-so-good ones, are each enjoyable in their given roles. Delicious recipes to try at end of book.I reviewed a digital arc provided by NetGalley and Kensington Publishing. Thank you.
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  • JoAn
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is the second book in the Pen & Ink series and was a entertaining addition to this series.Florrie attends an estate sale with her sister and friends/patrons of the bookstore. Although she finds nothing of interest to her she does meet a sleazy young man who maligns books. However, one of the patrons does find a rare book at the sale but before she can do little than celebrate her great find she is killed. With Ms. Davis writing I felt like I was with Florri The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is the second book in the Pen & Ink series and was a entertaining addition to this series.Florrie attends an estate sale with her sister and friends/patrons of the bookstore. Although she finds nothing of interest to her she does meet a sleazy young man who maligns books. However, one of the patrons does find a rare book at the sale but before she can do little than celebrate her great find she is killed. With Ms. Davis writing I felt like I was with Florrie every step of the way as she attempted to find out who had killed her friend and stolen the book. The pace of the plot was quick, plenty of suspects and a reveal that was shocking. I did feel that the ending was rushed as it seemed like everything was brought to light within the last couple of chapters. All in all it was an enjoyable read and I definitely want to read the next one.I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from Kensington via NetGalley. All of the above opinions are my own.
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  • JoAn
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is the second book in the Pen & Ink series and was a entertaining addition to this series.Florrie attends an estate sale with her sister and friends/patrons of the bookstore. Although she finds nothing of interest to her she does meet a sleazy young man who maligns books. However, one of the patrons does find a rare book at the sale but before she can do little than celebrate her great find she is killed. With Ms. Davis writing I felt like I was with Florri The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is the second book in the Pen & Ink series and was a entertaining addition to this series.Florrie attends an estate sale with her sister and friends/patrons of the bookstore. Although she finds nothing of interest to her she does meet a sleazy young man who maligns books. However, one of the patrons does find a rare book at the sale but before she can do little than celebrate her great find she is killed. With Ms. Davis writing I felt like I was with Florrie every step of the way as she attempted to find out who had killed her friend and stolen the book. The pace of the plot was quick, plenty of suspects and a reveal that was shocking. I did feel that the ending was rushed as it seemed like everything was brought to light within the last couple of chapters. All in all it was an enjoyable read and I definitely want to read the next one.I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from Kensington via NetGalley. All of the above opinions are my own.
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  • Lisa Morin
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook is the second book in this great series by Krista Davis.Florrie Fox is a fun, likeable character who is very relatable. When Florrie attends an estate sale, she doesn't find her own treasure, but her friend does. The treasure sets the pace for a string of tragic events that hits close to home for Florrie.The author tells a great story and I was engaged from beginning to end. There were plenty of twists and turns to keep the story fast paced.I highly recommend this book.I volun The Coloring Crook is the second book in this great series by Krista Davis.Florrie Fox is a fun, likeable character who is very relatable. When Florrie attends an estate sale, she doesn't find her own treasure, but her friend does. The treasure sets the pace for a string of tragic events that hits close to home for Florrie.The author tells a great story and I was engaged from beginning to end. There were plenty of twists and turns to keep the story fast paced.I highly recommend this book.I volunteered to read and review an ARC of this book provided by the publisher and NetGalley.
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  • Arlene Arredondo
    January 1, 1970
    I liked this book from the start.Easy to follow characters and the plot is well developed. The story centers in the finding of a rare book and the implications of all the people involved, when a murder is committed and the book is lost. Almost everyone seems to have motive and opportunity to take the book. It was nice to see the story flow in the direction the author expertly lead it.Note: I received an ARC for review and an honest and unbiased opinion.
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  • Gemma
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first book by Krista Davis that I have read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The plot was full of twists and decoys that kept me guessing.The characters are deep and really well build up.This was a gripping page Turner and I really look forward to reading more in this series .I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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  • Claudia
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley for the digital review copy.The Coloring Crook is the second book in the Pen and Ink Mysteries. I have really enjoyed reading this series. The characters are likable and not over the top or annoying. The story lines are a bit more realistic than some other cozies I have read. The mystery takes center stage, the characters and the romance fall into place.I look forward to other books in the series.
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  • Rima Aiello
    January 1, 1970
    I loved the first installment of this series, and this second installment has me completely invested in it! The characters and setting, although seemingly similar to other stories, really are uniquely different. The mystery was perfectly executed, not even really giving a hint on the end until the author revealed it. I cannot wait until the next book.
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  • Janet
    January 1, 1970
    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not regurgitate the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it!Life is looking rosy for Florrie Fox, manager of the Colour Me Read bookstore in Georgetown, Washington D.C. She’s working on an adult colouring book of gardens, her romance with Sergeant Eric Jonquille has entered a new chapter, and the bookstore’s weekly colouring club is a source of frien I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not regurgitate the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it!Life is looking rosy for Florrie Fox, manager of the Colour Me Read bookstore in Georgetown, Washington D.C. She’s working on an adult colouring book of gardens, her romance with Sergeant Eric Jonquille has entered a new chapter, and the bookstore’s weekly colouring club is a source of friendship and entertainment. No member is more vibrant than Dolly Cavanaugh. Dolly likes to say she was blessed with beauty and cursed with lousy husbands, but at least she has a grown daughter and a stunning brownstone to show for it!When Dolly’s love of garage sales results in her showing up at Colour Me Read with a rare book in hand, Florrie is astounded. The Florist, the earliest known colouring book, was first published in 1760. An original copy would be worth a fortune—and someone else knows it. That same evening, Florrie finds Dolly dead on the floor of her apartment, a corner of a colouring book page clutched in her hand. As Florrie delves into Dolly’s past and her personal effects, she discovers a skeleton in the closet—literally—and a whole lot of shady suspects. One of them is an expert in the fine art of murder, but can Florrie draw the right conclusion?Includes A Front and Back Cover for You to Colour! [unless you are reading it on Kindle :-) ]What a cute little mystery book! It was well written and had a story that was enjoyable and it wasn't one of those books where you could guess the murderer on page eight. I loved it from page one to the end - it filled a VERY LONG NIGHT of hallway-medicine at the ER of my local hospital..it almost made it worth the wait to see a doctor. A great book for mystery fans and those who colour!
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  • K.A. Davis
    January 1, 1970
    THE COLORING CROOK, is the second book in the Pen & Ink Mystery series by Krista Davis. I greatly enjoyed examining the cover, which is meant to be used as a coloring page. The details of the line drawings includes clues and pieces of the story… kind of like a “Find the Picture” type of layout, which brought back fond memories of solving those types of puzzles and coloring with my granddaughter. I wish I had a few spare moments to join the coloring hobby for relaxation but unfortunately I al THE COLORING CROOK, is the second book in the Pen & Ink Mystery series by Krista Davis. I greatly enjoyed examining the cover, which is meant to be used as a coloring page. The details of the line drawings includes clues and pieces of the story… kind of like a “Find the Picture” type of layout, which brought back fond memories of solving those types of puzzles and coloring with my granddaughter. I wish I had a few spare moments to join the coloring hobby for relaxation but unfortunately I already have more hobbies than I know what to do with :) Once the reader opens the book, Ms. Davis provides some intriguing historical information in the acknowledgements about a famous adult coloring book that was created in the 1700’s! Then the reader is introduced to the protagonist, Florrie Fox. Florrie is a very sweet, slightly old-fashioned, young woman whom I find charming. In her free time she designs and publishes adult coloring books. She also manages the Color Me Read bookstore. With the author’s strong descriptive voice, Color Me Read is a place I can see in my mind and a place that I would dearly love to hang out at.Tragically one of the elderly ladies who has joined the book store’s coloring club, Hues, Brews, and Clues, is murdered. Florrie then discovers a mysterious skeleton that has been hidden behind a walled in bookcase in the murdered woman’s attic. The plot is fast-paced once the murder takes place and there is a slew of characters and suspects. I appreciated the list of “Cast of Characters” at the front of the book which helped keep them straight. The wrap-up holds a satisfying reveal but felt a bit rushed. Overall THE COLORING CROOK is an entertaining read with a delightfully artistic protagonist!I was provided an advance copy with the hopes I would review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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  • Holly
    January 1, 1970
    I loved the first book in this series, and this was a close 2nd! Florrie manages Color Me Read Bookstore. She has started a new Adult Coloring group called Hues,Brews & Clues (cute!). One of the members, Dolly, finds a rare book at a yard sale and shows it to Florrie and the other members. That evening, Florrie finds Dolly dead. Florrie cannot believe anyone would want to hurt Dolly so she begins to delve into Dolly ' s past and Dolly has a very interesting past! Florrie ' s romance with Ser I loved the first book in this series, and this was a close 2nd! Florrie manages Color Me Read Bookstore. She has started a new Adult Coloring group called Hues,Brews & Clues (cute!). One of the members, Dolly, finds a rare book at a yard sale and shows it to Florrie and the other members. That evening, Florrie finds Dolly dead. Florrie cannot believe anyone would want to hurt Dolly so she begins to delve into Dolly ' s past and Dolly has a very interesting past! Florrie ' s romance with Sergeant Eric Jonquill is interesting and one of the things I really liked about this book. It is a well-written book with everything I love about cozy mysteries - likable interesting characters, an intriguing mystery (this book has quite a few extra characters who are possible suspects), friendship, family, humor, and romance. There are a couple of different story lines intertwined to keep things interesting! Very enjoyable! I received an ARC copy from NetGalley for an honest review.
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  • Danielle Urban
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is a cozy mystery that I got lost within...the pages came to life. The characters are entertaining. A charming book club/bookstore crime fiction tale. I am a huge bookworm and this just satisfied my appetite. Action, mystery, murder, and mayhem all in one book. Some of the characters were not charming but the rest were funny. I could almost hear and see some the characters and scenes as if I were there witnessing them all in action. Krista Davis brings another The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is a cozy mystery that I got lost within...the pages came to life. The characters are entertaining. A charming book club/bookstore crime fiction tale. I am a huge bookworm and this just satisfied my appetite. Action, mystery, murder, and mayhem all in one book. Some of the characters were not charming but the rest were funny. I could almost hear and see some the characters and scenes as if I were there witnessing them all in action. Krista Davis brings another book murder mystery to read. In this one a woman obtains a rare edition of a book. One that is worth a lot of money. However, someone knows and is willing to kill for it. And then there's the woman's own dark past to sort though. It seems the main protagonist is going to have her hands full...overall, I recommend this well-written novel to all readers. I received this copy from the publisher. This is my voluntary review.
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  • Kendrea Parsons
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook is the 2nd Pen and Ink Mystery by Krista Davis. For the most part it's an okay book. I do feel like there was a little too much going on. The plot jumped all over the place - one minute it's about the main mystery, the next it's about one of several past mysteries, then it's about one of the other lesser present-day mysteries... it was just too much for one book. Also, the big reveal didn't actually happen. There was no confrontation with the killer. Florrie assumes who it was The Coloring Crook is the 2nd Pen and Ink Mystery by Krista Davis. For the most part it's an okay book. I do feel like there was a little too much going on. The plot jumped all over the place - one minute it's about the main mystery, the next it's about one of several past mysteries, then it's about one of the other lesser present-day mysteries... it was just too much for one book. Also, the big reveal didn't actually happen. There was no confrontation with the killer. Florrie assumes who it was and then, after resolving a few of the other mysteries, it's revealed that, oh yeah, Florrie was right and that person was put in jail. I really liked the first book in this series though, so I'm hoping the next one will be much better. Note: I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for my fair and honest review.
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  • Anita
    January 1, 1970
    Florrie Fox, manager of the Color Me Read bookstore in Washington, D.C., is excited about the new coloring club she instituted. When one of the members, Dolly, discovers the first ever coloring book at a garage sale, Florrie is stunned. But, when Dolly is found dead, and the book is missing, Florrie starts investigating and finds that many people will do anything to get their hands on the book.This was a great cozy mystery read. I loved the plot and the suspense kept me up late to finish the boo Florrie Fox, manager of the Color Me Read bookstore in Washington, D.C., is excited about the new coloring club she instituted. When one of the members, Dolly, discovers the first ever coloring book at a garage sale, Florrie is stunned. But, when Dolly is found dead, and the book is missing, Florrie starts investigating and finds that many people will do anything to get their hands on the book.This was a great cozy mystery read. I loved the plot and the suspense kept me up late to finish the book. I was very surprised with the ending. The characters who were suspects made great red herrings. I love Florrie, and can’t wait to read what happens next. I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily reviewing it.
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  • Cindi
    January 1, 1970
    Florrie Fox manages a book store in Georgetown and has add friends with some of the members of her coloring group that is sponsored at the store. When a valuable and historic coloring book is purchased at a yard sale, the new owner ends up dead. But who wanted the book so badly that they’d kill for it? So many suspects, so many reasons.The story will keep you guessing for quite awhile as here are quite a few likely candidates and just as many likely scenarios for murder. What a fun read!Krista D Florrie Fox manages a book store in Georgetown and has add friends with some of the members of her coloring group that is sponsored at the store. When a valuable and historic coloring book is purchased at a yard sale, the new owner ends up dead. But who wanted the book so badly that they’d kill for it? So many suspects, so many reasons.The story will keep you guessing for quite awhile as here are quite a few likely candidates and just as many likely scenarios for murder. What a fun read!Krista Davis is one of my favorite authors. This is the third series of hers that I am totally addicted to. Being a DC area gal myself, I’m sure that doesn’t hurt, but her writing style is fantastic! I’m hooked...and you will be too!
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  • Sheilah
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is an enjoyable, quick-paced cozy mystery. It is entertaining (romance, humor, suspense), and the plot and characters are well-developed. Krista Davis has a great way of concealing the crime's resolution until she is ready to reveal the perpetrator. Florrie Fox and friends are charming and delightful. This time around, we are introduced to several more folks to add to the suspect list. Pen & Ink Mysteries is definitely a series I look forward to reading for The Coloring Crook by Krista Davis is an enjoyable, quick-paced cozy mystery. It is entertaining (romance, humor, suspense), and the plot and characters are well-developed. Krista Davis has a great way of concealing the crime's resolution until she is ready to reveal the perpetrator. Florrie Fox and friends are charming and delightful. This time around, we are introduced to several more folks to add to the suspect list. Pen & Ink Mysteries is definitely a series I look forward to reading for many years to come. Plus, more tasty recipes! Thanks to NetGalley and Kensington for the review copy.
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  • Melissa
    January 1, 1970
    A fun and entertaining cozy! This was a mystery that kept me guessing at how all the pieces would fit together in the end and had a nice conclusion. This series has charming characters, a super cool setting and is superbly written. This book is one destined for my keeper shelf!I received this book from the publisher on NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to post a positive review. All thoughts are my own.
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  • Neil Plakcy
    January 1, 1970
    A clever and charming read. I love the Georgetown location and the interesting information about books, particularly coloring books. Florrie is a solid amateur sleuth who has a clear motive and a set of skills. Fun!
  • Kristin Cochran Schadler
    January 1, 1970
    I adore this series! Super fun read. Hard to put down. Loved the multiple mysteries and all the twists and turns. Just when you think you have things figured out, you find out there's another piece to the puzzle that doesn't fit. Fantastic! Highly recommend!
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  • Lana
    January 1, 1970
    The Coloring Crook is a fun mystery about a bookstore called Color Me Read, managed by Florrie Fox. There is a group of friends that meet each week at the bookstore to do some coloring and chatting. Florrie is busy creating her own adult coloring book, when one of the regulars stumbles on a collectible coloring book at a flea market. It happens to be the first coloring book made and would be worth a fortune if Dollie and keep her hands on it. When Dollie ends up murdered while holding a piece of The Coloring Crook is a fun mystery about a bookstore called Color Me Read, managed by Florrie Fox. There is a group of friends that meet each week at the bookstore to do some coloring and chatting. Florrie is busy creating her own adult coloring book, when one of the regulars stumbles on a collectible coloring book at a flea market. It happens to be the first coloring book made and would be worth a fortune if Dollie and keep her hands on it. When Dollie ends up murdered while holding a piece of the book in her hands, story takes off with all the locals from the bookstore trying to solve the mystery along side the police. This is a fun and light read. It wasn’t exactly my kind of mystery but it was cute, Thank you to Kensington Books, NetGalley and the author Krista Davis for this advanced copy. My opinions are my own.
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  • Anna Fox
    January 1, 1970
    This is a fun series with Florrie, a bookstore manager who gets involved in solving murders. In this outing Florrie finds Dolly dead in her house and also ends up trying to solve who the skeleton is behind a wall in the attic bedroom. Florrie immediately suspects that Dolly was killed for the coloring books Dolly found at an estate sale. There is also another mystery in the book, so lots going on. Overall a fun read!I thank the publisher and NetGalley for the eARC in exchange for an honest revie This is a fun series with Florrie, a bookstore manager who gets involved in solving murders. In this outing Florrie finds Dolly dead in her house and also ends up trying to solve who the skeleton is behind a wall in the attic bedroom. Florrie immediately suspects that Dolly was killed for the coloring books Dolly found at an estate sale. There is also another mystery in the book, so lots going on. Overall a fun read!I thank the publisher and NetGalley for the eARC in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    Florrie Fox works at a bookstore called Color Me Read in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. One of her neighbors who loves to go to garage and yard sales buys a coloring book at an estate sale. Dolly then brings the book to Florrie for authentication but before it can be properly valued, Dolly is found dead in her apartment and the book is missing. Florrie sets out to find the missing book and the killer.The plot was good and the mystery was multi-layered. Several characters had family secrets, which Florrie Fox works at a bookstore called Color Me Read in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. One of her neighbors who loves to go to garage and yard sales buys a coloring book at an estate sale. Dolly then brings the book to Florrie for authentication but before it can be properly valued, Dolly is found dead in her apartment and the book is missing. Florrie sets out to find the missing book and the killer.The plot was good and the mystery was multi-layered. Several characters had family secrets, which kept me interested. I really didn't care for the overall pacing of the book; there were too many characters and potential suspects to juggle. Thanks to NetGalley and Kensington for an advance digital copy of the book. My review is voluntary.
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  • Finley
    January 1, 1970
    This book is a standard cozy mystery with all of the usual fanfare. The main character works at a niche shop, has a cop boyfriend, and has a pet cat. There is a lot of fluff in the form of recipes and baking talked about (which I didn't expect since this book is not a bakeshop cozy mystery). I really didn't enjoy the number of different cat meals that were explained in detail. They were just unnecessary and felt like a strange addition to the book.The writing is excellent and the characters are This book is a standard cozy mystery with all of the usual fanfare. The main character works at a niche shop, has a cop boyfriend, and has a pet cat. There is a lot of fluff in the form of recipes and baking talked about (which I didn't expect since this book is not a bakeshop cozy mystery). I really didn't enjoy the number of different cat meals that were explained in detail. They were just unnecessary and felt like a strange addition to the book.The writing is excellent and the characters are honestly the best part of the book. My main complaint is that there were just too many mysteries in the book and it detracted from the main whodunit. Florrie makes a guess or what sounds like a wild theory about what happened and then you find out that, yes that's how it happened as a side note. There was no real closure there and it felt unfinished. I probably won't go out of my way to find the next book in the series, but as I haven't read the first one, it's possible that this one just wasn't one of Ms. Davis' best. I might give her other books a try at some point. The book is a solid 3 stars.
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