(A Maggie McDonald Mystery)
by Mary Feliz
Dead Storage (A Maggie McDonald Mystery)
Cozy Mystery 3rd in Series
Lyrical Underground (July 18, 2017)
Paperback: 216 pages
E-Book ASIN: B01MDPY3CU
As a professional organizer, Maggie McDonald brings order to messy situations. But when a good friend becomes a murder suspect, surviving the chaos is one tall task . . .
Despite a looming deadline, Maggie thinks she has what it takes to help friends Jason and Stephen unclutter their large Victorian in time for its scheduled renovation. But before she can fill a single bin with unused junk, Jason leaves for Texas on an emergency business trip, Stephen’s injured mastiff limps home—and Stephen himself lands in jail for murder. Someone killed the owner of a local Chinese restaurant and stuffed him in the freezer. Stephen, caught at the crime scene covered in blood, is the number one suspect. Now Maggie must devise a strategy to sort through secrets and set him free—before she’s tossed into permanent storage next . . .Explicit language, sex, or violence: NoSeries or Stand-alone: It is part of a series but can be read as a stand-alone.
About the AuthorMary Feliz writes the Maggie McDonald Mysteries featuring a Silicon Valley professional organizer and her sidekick golden retriever. She's worked for Fortune 500 firms and mom and pop enterprises, competed in whale boat races and done synchronized swimming. She attends organizing conferences in her character's stead, but Maggie's skills leave her in the dust.
ReviewI have to admit that I am thoroughly enjoying this cozy mystery series. The eclectic group of characters really provide a well-rounded range of personalities while still interacting well together. Maggie and her family are finally a little more settled by this book but of course things cannot go smoothly. I got attached to both Stephen and Jason in the first tow books so I was hooked from page one of this one. I love the little details and surprises that pop-up throughout and the little pieces of advice at the beginning of each chapter are useful as well. This author has a smooth writing style that really drags the reader in until they cannot help but read it all just to find out what happens next. I highly recommend it to fans of cozy mysteries especially if you would like a family set-up that is slightly different from the others (which I really liked by the way). I really enjoyed it so it gets 4/5 stars.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
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