A view to a kiln …
Sophie “Phee” Kimball enjoys working as a bookkeeper for a private investigator. If only her mother Harriet could enjoy her retirement at Sun City West in Arizona—instead of constantly getting involved with retirees being prematurely put out to pasture. This time Quentin Dussler, a prominent member of the clay sculpting club, was found dead, clutching a piece of paper scrawled with Phee’s mother’s name.
Terrified she’s been targeted by assassins, Harriet begs Phee to investigate. What Phee uncovers is a complicated scheme that only the most diabolical of murderers would ever devise. And as she chisels away at confusing clues and potential suspects, Phee unearths something far more precious and valuable than she could imagine. Eager for answers, she takes a bold step—placing herself in the crosshairs of a stonefaced killer …
Molded 4 Murder is the fifth book in the Sophie Kimball Series. The novel is a great page turner and the characters are well writing. It was a very entertaining book and enjoyable book.
Sophie’s involvement in the murder investigation comes with not only the seriousness of a body, but it takes on a comedic form especially with the involvement of the retirement community.
I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion. I highly recommend this book and it give it a 5 Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating