Saturday, November 23, 2019

Review of Murder on Saint Patrick's (Ridgeway Rescue Mysteries) by P. Creeden

Murder on St. Patrick's Day

It's St. Patrick's Day and 20-year-old Emma Wright is working hard at training five-month-old Molly, her foster puppy, to become a therapy dog. But her training coach and neighbor gets an emergency call, cutting the lesson short, and Emma volunteers to pick up her daughter at a St. Patrick's Day concert in town.

When Emma arrives, the concert has just finished up, and the teenage girls are visiting with the band. Then the lead singer stumbles and falls to the ground, dead. Emma becomes the only level head in the crowd and calls for help. When the Sheriff and Colby arrive, they investigate it as a potential accident. But Emma finds subtle clues that something more sinister is going on. Did the leader of the band die in an accident, or was it murder?

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**My thoughts**
Emma is focused on getting her foster puppy, Molly, trained as a therapy dog. After class, her instructor gets a phone call saying that her sister had been in an accident. Emma has to go pick up her instructor's daughter, who is listening to a band at the cafe. When Emma arrives, an audience member starts screaming as the lead singer ends up collapsing, unable to breathe.

Emma's power of observation shine through yet again and she is able to solve yet another murder in just a matter of hours, well before the professionals.

It's another quick read where you are not necessarily going to figure it out before it is finally revealed. But it's another fun escape for less than an hour.

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