Friday, November 22, 2019

Review of Murder on Valentine's Day (A Ridgeway Rescue Mystery) by P. Creeden

Murder on Valentine's Day

It's Valentine's Day and 20-year-old Emma Wright just wants her crush to take notice of her. But Colby Davidson, the K9 search and rescue deputy only thinks of her as a kid sister. How will she get him to take her seriously?

When her veterinarian boss calls her to pick up a cat at a potential crime scene, she finds herself at the house of the richest woman in Ridgeway. Her father—the sheriff—and Colby are there. They both dismiss the untimely death as a heart attack, but Emma finds clues that it might be something more. Did the software billionaire die of natural causes, or was it murder?

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**My thoughts**
Emma is still crushing hard on Colby and is trying to figure out how to make him notice her. Her crush makes her seem every bit of her young 20 years.

She gets called by the local vet to do an emergency pickup of a cat at the wealthy VanHorn residence and ends up involved in another murder investigation. 

Naturally, Emma is the one who figures out first that there was a murder and is able to solve the case. The method was an intriguing one. And the culprit was a little more difficult for me to figure out than the previous book in this series. 

I liked this one better and think this series will continue to improve as it goes on.

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