In this installment of the Relatively Dead series, Abby has moved in with Ned. Since she lost her job at the museum, she has more time on her hands. She decides to see if any of her relatives were part of the Salem Witch trials in 1692 and 1693.
Meanwhile she has to mend a broken relationship with Lindsey, the curator at the museum. Will she allow her to spend time with Elle, Lindsey’s daughter? Oh, did I mention Elle has the same abilities to see ghosts of people from the past?
My Review: I enjoyed the historical aspect of the story. I was a little confused with the whole moving in with Ned and Elle but that was because I had only listened to part of the previous story. In order to get the whole picture, you need to read the stories in order. They build upon each other.
There is an Amish candy competition going on in Harvest, Ohio. One of the contenders is found dead. Meanwhile Aiden Brody’s mother’s pet pig, Jethro, is missing. Could there be a connection between the death and the missing pig?
Bailey is an Englishwoman competing in the Amish candy competition which is upsetting to some of the Amish. In the meantime, she is also investigating the death of the contender. Can she discover who the killer is before she herself is killed.
I’ve been doing a cozy mystery bingo off and on for the past 3 years.
So what is it? Goodreads has different groups you can join. One of which is the cozy mystery bingo. If you decide to join a bingo, you are assigned a group. Each week, you are given a topic to read about. It is up to you to find a book that fits the topic.
This round of bingo is related to Valentine’s Day.