Tag: Family Business

Deceased and Desist by Misty Simon

December 4, 2018 | Filed Under: Book Review
Deceased and Desist by Misty Simon

Short Review: This book seemed smaller than the previous two but I still enjoyed reading it and following Tallie as she cracked a new case! While I wish there was a bit more buildup in the beginning (everything happened so fast) this is an enjoyable cozy mystery with a cute cast of characters. I will certainly be looking for the next one when it’s released.

Grounds for Remorse by Misty Simon

November 12, 2018 | Filed Under: Book Review
Grounds for Remorse by Misty Simon

Grounds for Remorse is the second book in the Tallie Graver mystery series. Overall, I really liked this one. I read it in one sitting and found myself to be entranced in the story. I think the author is getting better and better as the series progresses as well because I did like it better then the first one. Will I be continuing the series based off this one? Yes, I will. I am really excited for the next one which will be releasing in September.  For those who are interested in the series but haven’t read the first book, its about an amateur sleuth who works as both a cleaning lady and a funeral parlor assistant. This is initially what caught my attention when […]

Cremains of the Day by Misty Simon

August 16, 2018 | Filed Under: Book Review
Cremains of the Day by Misty Simon

Cremains of the Day is a good start to a brand new cozy mystery series. Misty Simon is a talented author and this is clearly shown through her writing style and storytelling abilities. I enjoyed her characters- especially our sleuth, Tallulah Graver. She’s a fun piece of work and her ability to overcome such adversary in her life post divorce is commendable. The mystery was also very good- I couldn’t figure out “who-dun-it” until the very end. However, I wish Tallulah’s family funeral parlor was used more in the story. From looking at the cover and the title, one would think the story would revolve around or at least be a bit more tuned into her families business but it wasn’t. The main conflict of […]