I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Not my favourite of the series, but not bad. It had fewer mini-plots running concurrently, in fact, there was only one, and I missed them. Kelly is really good at those multiple mini-plots and they keep the story moving and lively. Without them, this one dragged a bit.
Tara is undercover here, working directly for the mobster's wife in her restaurant and the scenes with the wife were probably the best in the book. I liked the dynamic between her and Tara. Unfortunately, the rest of the storyline failed to catch my complete interest. Tara didn't do much in the way of investigating at all and that's some of my favourite parts of past stories.
It was still a solid read and hopefully in the next book the author will have Tara back to juggling her usual caseload.
Total pages: 325
$$: $9.00 (location multiplier)