I was tickled ‘peach’ with Diana’s review of Death by Pumpkin:
Death by Pumpkin was my second read in Granger’s Rhe Brewster series and a pure joy ride. Rhe is a single mom, ER nurse, and police department consultant in the small Maine town of Pequod. She, once again, takes an active role in a police department investigation when the pumpkin-drop at a local festival reveals a murder. She rapidly goes from investigator to target as an old nemesis is determined to make her and those she cares for suffer.
The book is fast-paced and well-researched. The scene in the small plane was particularly riveting and highlighted Granger’s attention to detail. Other than the villain, the characters are all beautifully three-dimensional and full of quirky personality. I thoroughly enjoyed the interplay in the authentic relationships. In addition to the murder investigation, romantic and political subplots add interest and tension. A perfect read for anyone who enjoys cozy mysteries with plenty of thrills.
11 thoughts on “A Review of Death by Pumpkin from D. Wallace Peach”
A lovely review of this book by Diana.
I totally agree!
A wonderful review, Noelle and well deserved. Peach, pink, or pumpkin orange. Hugs!
Thanks, Teagan! Great colors!
A great review, Noelle. I AM getting around to it! Reincarnation would solve a lot of the problems I have with trying to fit everything in!
36 hour days would help!
Congratulations on the excellent review!
Wonderful review! Death by Pumpkin is on my kindle and I’m sure looking forward to the read. Rhe Brewster rocks!
Thanks, Bette, hope you enjoy it!
Sorry, I’m so late to get over here! Thanks for sharing, Noelle, and I’m delighted that you’re tickled “peach.” Ha ha. A really fun book with great characters, and wonderful writing. 🙂