Stormi's Review: They Called Me Margaret by Florence Osmund
KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Florence Osmund RELEASED: February 1, 2018 GENRE: MYSTERY, THRILLER, SUSPENSE LENGTH: 322 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
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Cozy mystery writer Margaret Manning thinks her husband may be mimicking the behavior of some of the shadier characters in her books, even though he claims to have never read any of them. When several pieces of her jewelry go missing, she wonders if he’s responsible for it or if she’s losing her mind. When her world becomes complicated with health issues and the unsettling actions of friends and family, her dream of opening a bookstore for indie authors begins to crumble…along with the promise for a happier life. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Margaret is a cozy mystery author on the path to opening up her bookstore/coffee shop. Lately, things have begun to disappear, and all around her things seem off. At first, she assumes it is her husband playing out her books, making her feel like she is losing it. What is going on? Margaret is on a path that is strange. She is burdened with an ailing mother in law, her own mother who left her and now reappears, strange acting neighbors, and a less than steady home life with her husband and daughter. All in all, though Margaret is a great character. She is likable and relatable. I definitely can relate to the mother issues because of well moms. Ha! While her husband and neighbors just were not my favorite people, I enjoyed this rollercoaster of a ride. This was not my first book by this author, and I have to say that once again her book was wonderfully written and I can't wait to read more.