Review: Key To A Murder is the fourth book in the Antique Hunters Mystery series. Its the first book in this series that I've read, and I'm glad I found the series.
This book is shorter than the average cozy mystery, but the story is well developed and the characters are engaging. I really liked CC, she's smart and savvy. Anne is a little harder to take. She's kind and you want to like her, but sometimes her lack of financial responsibility makes you want to pop her one upside the head. Her plans for her home are what really frustrated me with her. How anyone could be that irresponsible is beyond me.
I love the friendship you see in this book, Anne and CC are really fabulous characters and they are the reason that you'll want to keep on with this series. Because if Anne didn't have CC, well, I think she'd be in bankruptcy court in no time.
Anne also has some issues with the men in her life. I truly can't understand why she treats Nigel so badly. He's really a great guy. She's totally clueless at one point at why he is upset with her when the reason is pretty obvious.
The mystery in the story involve a woman that died in Anne's arms at the beginning of the story and a lantern she had with her and it eventually leads them across the pond to find out more about the dead woman.
Rating: 5 flowers
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