Multi-volume, multi-genre author, Mary Lu Scholl introduces us to the fourth book in her Trailer Park Travails series, “Trailer Trauma”: Life in an over 55 Trailer Park in Florida can be murder. Patty Decker, a socially awkward widow moved in, and her neighbors keep leaving, the hard way. A misunderstood hussy dies and practically everyone has a motive... Patty has solved all the unexpected deaths in her park so far; but there WERE no unexpected deaths before she moved in! She closes in on her suspect, who has no choice but to "remove" Patty from the investigation. Will she live to sleuth again?
I enjoy the author's writing style. This book, and the others in her series, are set in a 55+ trailer park in Florida. I am 55+ and now I live in Florida, but not in a trailer park hopefully anytime soon. I can relate to a lot of what Patty says or thinks, though my filter works a bit better than hers. Her conniving and hijinks make me laugh a lot. Sometimes I want to say what is on my mind just like Patty. Written as a cozy murder, all of Mary's books are fun to read!
I award 4.7 stars!
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My review of the first book of the Trailer Park Travails series, “Camper Catastrophe” can be found here: https://www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/camper-catastrophe-by-mary-lu-scholl
My review of the second book of the Trailer Park Travails series, “Mobile Mayhem” can be found here:
Mobile Mayhem: Book Two of Trailer Park Travails by Mary Lu Scholl - Word Refiner
My review of the third book of the Trailer Park Travails series, “Birds, Bees and RVs” can be found here:
My review of the second volume in the Nature Coast Calamities, “Big Foot and The Bentley”: https://www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/big-foot-and-the-bentley
Tags: cozy, murder, mystery, Florida, pets, dog, cat, neighbors, fiction, action
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