Photo, Snap, Shot
Author: Joanna Campbell Slan
Publisher: Midnight Ink
Series: Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-N-Craft Mystery, Bk 3
Obtained: Library copy
Murder keeps happening much too close to home for Kiki. But this time is much more scary - because it took place at her daughter's school with her daughter among the first on the scene. What mother wouldn't find that disturbing? Kiki feels she needs to help with this investigation. Detweiler has asked for her help getting information from the wealthy and closed up school community, and her daughter could be in danger - right?
But murder isn't all that's going on. There's her boss's health, her shaky relationship with her co-worker, a secret project at work, and questions about what will happen to her job if all these other aspects don't turn out right. One question: How can anyone just take off on their job this much? I have a schedule I need to follow at work - this baffles me.
Not to mention the tug-of-war going on in her romantic life. She feels drawn to Detweiler, but he's off limits. And Ben certainly seems interested, but it just doesn't feel right. And lets not forget her best friend's brother. This is the part of the story I'm not as fond of, the love triangle (or whatever shape this is) bit.
As always, there are scrapbooking tips scattered throughout the book.
I enjoyed reading this, but I've been distracted by other books since finishing it. Maybe I'll pick up the fourth book, Make, Take, Murder soon.