Monday, November 27, 2017

Great Escapes Book Tours Book Review: Altered To Death

Altered To Death (A Faith Hunter Scrap This Mystery) by Christina Freeburn

Altered To Death (A Faith Hunter Scrap This Mystery) Cozy Mystery 6th in Series Henery Press (November 28, 2017) Paperback: 276 pages ISBN-13: 978-1635112795 E-Book ASIN: B0758DG23P
Looking for a craft cozy so memorable you’ll stay up late scrapping about it? Well, welcome to the town of Eden.
Faith Hunter, who is supposed to be planning her wedding, instead finds herself distracted by the town scrapbook she was commissioned to create. Eden’s oldest mystery, the founding family’s exodus nearly a hundred years ago, remains unsolved.
A search through the family’s abandoned mansion leads to the uncovering of bones on that very property. And then ex-boyfriend Steve Davis announces a surprise heir has staked a claim.
How can Faith not be distracted? Now she’s determined to dig up the truth left behind.
Because scrappers are multi-taskers extraordinaire, Faith can’t say no when family friend Wyatt Buford asks her to look into his deadbeat father’s disappearing act and his connection to the murder.
Her quest for answers unearths secrets past and present that some would prefer stay buried at any cost. Faith’s resolve to present the facts and nothing but about Eden’s history could lead to her own future being cut short.
See what I mean about memorable? Delve in to Eden and you’ll find a cozy you won’t soon forget.
Review:  I had totally forgotten how much I enjoyed this series. I've read it in a haphazard fashion. My bad. As I started Altered to Death immediately jumped back into Faith's life. (I also plan to go back and find the book I've missed)

Faith is planning her wedding to Ted. Oh my! And an ex boyfriend has shown up. Not to mention bone fond on the property once owned by the town of Eden's founding family.

This is a fabulous cozy!

Rating: 5 flowers


  About the Author
The Faith Hunter Scrap This Mystery series brings together Christina Freeburn’s love of mysteries, scrapbooking, and West Virginia. When not writing or reading, she can be found in her scrapbook room or at a crop. Alas, none of the real-life crops have had a sexy male prosecutor or a handsome police officer attending.
Christina served in the JAG Corps of the US Army and also worked as a paralegal, librarian, and church secretary. She lives in West Virginia with her husband, children, a dog, and a rarely seen cat except by those who are afraid or allergic to felines.
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1 comments:

Dianne Casey said...

I really enjoyed the description of the book. Sounds like a great read. New series to me.

 
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