Overkill by Amy Saunders

Book Review

Overkill by Amy Saunders was a fun book to read.  I have to admit that I was lost through parts of this book because I haven’t read any other books in this series.  That being said you can read this book and still understand this story you just won’t understand some of the backstory like me.  Anyway lets get back to this book.  I loved all the characters and the way that this book is written.  I am for sure going to go back and read the other books in this series because the author does a great job of writing and making you feel as  though the characters are real life people.  If you love mystery books than make sure you check this one out.

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About The Book

Summer in Portside: The beach! The gelato! The murder…

Belinda’s peace from scandal and her grandmother is short-lived when a painting – and then a body – wash up on her favorite beach. As she and Bennett team with Det. Jonas Parker to figure out how the two connect, a possible art forgery comes to light – and another victim.

Belinda continues to grow into her new role as a part-time amateur detective, swimming through suspects and broken connections, while Bennett starts to rebuild his life, and Jonas breaks free from work to pursue a potential new romance.

With the heat of summer upon them, the future is more unpredictable than ever.

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About The Author

Amy Saunders is a mystery lover with a soft spot for humor and romance–and the ocean. She lives inMassachusetts, and loves to bake and watch movies. She’s the author of one mystery series and three standalone mysteries. Learn more about Amy and her books at her website.

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Overkill by Amy Saunders

Overkill by Amy Saunders
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Release Date: January 13

About the Book

Summer in Portside: The
beach! The gelato! The murder…
Belinda’s peace from scandal and her
grandmother is short-lived when a painting – and then a body – wash up on her
favorite beach. As she and Bennett team with Det. Jonas Parker to figure out
how the two connect, a possible art forgery comes to light – and another
victim.

Belinda continues to grow into her new role as
a part-time amateur detective, swimming through suspects and broken
connections, while Bennett starts to rebuild his life, and Jonas breaks free
from work to pursue a potential new romance.

With the heat of summer upon them, the future
is more unpredictable than ever.



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Author Bio
Amy Saunders is a mystery
lover with a soft spot for humor and romance–and the ocean. She lives in Massachusetts, and loves
to bake and watch movies. She’s the author of one mystery series and three
standalone mysteries. Learn more about Amy and her books at her website.
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