BOOK REVIEW: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS
Amanda Pepper teaches English at a private school in Philadelphia. There are several things going on in her life right now.
Her husband, who has several relatives in Louisiana, is dealing with the aftermath of a terrible storm by trying to help them get their lives in order. Her friend, Sasha, has a stepmother who committed suicide. However, Sasha does not believe for one minute that her stepmother, Phoebe, would have committed suicide.
Amanda wasn't too keen on getting involved with the investigation into Phoebe's death. Amanda's husband, C.K. Mackenzie, who is a private investigator, agrees with the police report that Phoebe committed suicide. Does Mackenzie really believe this or is it because he doesn't have time to really think about Phoebe's death with everything else that is going on with his relatives.
Amanda finally agrees to help Sasha even though there aren't any clues to indicate she was murdered. MacKenzie also agreed to help with the investigation. It doesn't take long to discover that Phoebe was not well liked, even by her own son. She was also married four times. The one thing they did know is that Phoebe was investigating online dating.
Things start to heat up when another woman is found dead in Phoebe's house.
Are C.K. MacKenzie and Amanda successful at solving this case?
Any book in the Amanda Pepper series has always been an entertaining read. We have come to love the character of Amanda Pepper and will miss her as we bid this series a fond farewell. Amanda Pepper has always given the reader some humor, suspense and a wonderful character to enjoy. I hope all the amateur sleuth fans will enjoy this last book of the series as much as I did.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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