I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Another so-so entry. Kelly has the plotting down pat, but she struggles with the amount of research to share with her reader; even when it's interesting stuff, it's over-bearing.
Megan and Brigit go undercover at a local University to try to break up an ecstasy dealing ring. Kelly writes this series from multiple POV: Megan's, Brigit's (which is, thankfully, usually only a paragraph or two, because there's only so much doggy POV a reader can take) and the villain's. She does a bit of slight-of-hand with the villain's POV here and I'm not sure it totally worked. It did obfuscate things nicely, but she failed to tie it all together in any satisfying way.
It was a good enough read to hold my attention but not quite strong enough to suck me in. I'd read another one happily, but I won't wait on the edge of my seat for it.
Total pages: 370