Paper, Scissors, Death
Author: Joanna Campbell Slan
Publisher: Midnight Ink
Series: Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-N-Craft Mystery, Bk 1
Pages: 318 (Includes various scrapping tips throughout)
Obtained: Personal copy via PaperBackSwap.com
Kiki is living a rich life (in terms of money, at least). The romance may not have been there in her relationship with her husband, but she respected him as a friend and as her daughter's father. But now he's dead, and she KNOWS it wasn't natural. And Kiki's quick to discover playing amateur sleuth while your life is being turned upside down isn't easy. But she doesn't have much choice, does she? And her talent for scrapping may help along the way.
I enjoyed this - to the point that I've already read the 2nd book, Cut, Crop & Die (what else could I do? There was a dramatic cliffhanger sort of element at the end.) and am waiting on the 3rd. My only criticism is that I'd have preferred the techniques and tips at the end instead of throughout the book. I was distracted from said story every time I needed to pause to read these.