Multi-volume author, Mary Lu Scholl, introduces us to the second book in the series, “Mobile Mayhem”:
Patty is a reluctant retiree in a Florida Mobile Home and RV Park. Socially awkward, she tries to reshape her new life with an ever-changing array of neighbors. Ever-changing, you say? Maybe if they would quit dying on her... Follow her as she solves another mysterious death...
I loved this story just as much as the first one. The author makes me laugh a lot. The story is very entertaining.
I love the way Mary writes; she channels an inner curmudgeon so well. Patty comes across so well, some of us never quite fit into the social milieu. Patty is the poster child for this affliction.
The dialogue is quite good, an appropriate amount of snark and lots of self-questioning. The action is excellent as well as the scene setting. The descriptions are measured and well placed.
Patty gets some ghostly help from a supernatural source, a neighbor that died right after she moved in.
I award 4.9 stars to “Mobile Mayhem”, the score would have been higher except for a couple of spelling errors.
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Tags: cozy, murder, mystery, Florida, pets, dog, cat, neighbors, fiction, action
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