Book #3 in the Zoe Chambers mystery series comes out a winner. Zoe, a county EMT and the towns’ Deputy Coroner, must decide who to trust and who to distrust. She also must decide who to love and who to walk away from. Neither would be easy choices.
I woke up late last night, could not go back to sleep, and chose to relax by finishing the last 15% of the book. The climax, included in that 15%, was as intense and satisfying as they come.
The usual characters are present: Zoe Chambers, Pete Adams (the police chief), Mr. and Mrs. Kroll (Zoe’s landlords), Sylvia (Chief Adams’ former Administrative Assistant), and Nancy (Sylvia’s replacement). Other characters round out the ensemble that create add to this well-written story. The southwest Pennsylvania home, both for the author and the book, provide a wonderful setting for this story. The rural/suburban area near Pittsburgh provide a beautiful and believable setting for the story.
Though the story does reach a milestone of sorts, it is this reviewer’s hope that the stories are not ending. Monongahela County has more stories to tell - and it is my hope that Annette Dashofy is able to tell them.
This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are my own.