Saturday, October 24, 2015

Book Review - "Murder at the Courthouse"

I am a fan of Ann H. Gabhart's novels and was thrilled to see a new one from her and enjoy that her books all have the things that make them enjoyable, even though the type of novel can vary so much.  "Murder at the Courthouse" is a mystery that draws the reader into the story, into trying to figure out "who done it" and into the characters' lives, including the small town charm. 
Michael's new job and news stage in his life is not starting out how he pictured.  Miss Willadeam's discovery had seen to that and I loved how Ann began this book and her description of this wonderfully colorful character. 
Hidden Springs along with each of the characters was brought to life as Ann writes with such imagery.  I felt as if I was transported there and a part of this town and the mystery that Michael is trying to unravel and solve.  I am looking forward to book #2 in this series coming out. 

*Thanks to Revell Reads for the complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a honest review.*

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