I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Lily's wedding to Sailor is fast approaching, but a kidnapping outside her shop on Haight Street and a murder on Alcatraz prove distracting and threaten to jeopardise a lot more than her upcoming nuptials.
I read this right on the heels - literally, as I was on the plane when I started it - of our day-long layover in San Francisco. This was a definite plus, as so many of the places she mentions in the book were places I had just visited.
I've always enjoyed this series, and I'm a little bummed that this one reads like it might be the last; the series arc comes to an end, and all sorts of loose ends are tied off. On the other hand, it was a good story, even if the villain was recycled from a previous story, and the face of villain was fairly obvious early on. I love the characters, and at this point I'm probably devoted to them more than I am to solving the mystery.
Hopefully there are more books to look forward to in this series, but if not, at least it feels like it ended in a good place.