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  • Cherie O’Boyle’s Fire at Will’s

    Arroyo Loco is a small mountain village in California. The village has its own homeowners association. Estela Nogales lives in this village. Estela is a clinical psychologist employed at a near by university’s counseling center. She lives with her two border collies, Shiner and Scout who are retired therapy dogs and herders. Both dogs add to the story. Upon walking toward home, Estela and some neighbors realize that Will and Janet Rosenblum’s house is on fire. Later it is discovered that there is a burnt unidentifiable dead body in a back room. Whose body is it? Was the person dead before the fire or because of the fire? Where is Janet Rosenblum? Was it arson? Who would set the house on fire? Everyone in the homeowners association has a grudge against Will. He is not only outspoken but cantankerous so there a lot of suspects with motives. The neighborhood decides to investigate with Estela taking the lead. She discovers hidden trails behind the houses, a hidden cave, booby traps and mysterious photos left in a neighbors mailbox. This book was a fresh, well written and creative murder plot. There is drama, intrigue mixed with suspense and unexpected twists and turns. The tension was thick with thrills, chills plus dubious behavior on every page from the first to the last. A fast paced, highly recommended Read. I volunteered to read Fire at Will’s. Thanks to the author via The Cozy Mystery Review Crew for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.

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  • Fire @ Wills??

    Boring the dog didn't come into it, now & then it would get interesting but on the whole not a good read for me

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  • Good mystery

    A good mystery with interesting characters. However I bought it as based on the cover and synopsis I believed the dogs would be far more involved, so was a little disappointed.

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