Wednesday, May 3, 2017
A Question of Devotion by Anita Kulina
Then she saw it – a sheet of paper in the mailbox, underneath the mail. It was white with large black letters and said LEAVE IT ALONE.
Mrs. B has a quiet life, and she likes it that way. Morning pinochle games at St. Mary’s Senior Center. Afternoon lunches with Myrtle, Anne and Rose. Peaceful evenings with a cup of coffee and the classic movie channel.
But one day she wakes to a phone call, which leads to consequences she could never have foreseen. Secrets snowball and threaten to change the neighborhood of Burchfield forever. Someone has to make things right. It’s up to Mrs. B.
My take: This was a really good cozy mystery. I like cozy mysteries as they don't have alot of profanity and no gory details of the crime. This one was especially charming as it involvoed a little old lady named Mrs. B. She reminded me alot of my mother in law as everyone knows her and she know everyone. She now lives in a retirement community and she loves to go to the Senior Center. The same way that Mrs. B. does. I found it interesting to see Mrs. B. learn how to use the computer so she could use it for interenet searches. I liked that Mrs. B. wanted to help others in her neighborhood and to make sure the real criminals were the ones being punished. If you like your mysteries more soft boiled and with cute little old ladies like Jessica Fletcher this is the book for you.
I received a review copy of this book from Virtual Author Book tours in exchange for my honest review.