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  • Cheryl Hollon’s Down In Flames

    Savannah Webb owns the Webb Glass Shop in St Petersburg, Florida. She had just ended her new class in glass bead workshop. She is teaching a technique called flame-working. This requires the careful wielding of acetylene to make the glass bead. After her class has departed including her autistic assistant Jacob Underwood and his service dog (Suzy), Savannah hears a thump, scream and Suzy barking frantically. Running out front, Savannah finds Nicole Borawski who works at the Queen’s Head Pub. She was the bartender/manager there. She has been hit by a car which then sped away. As a result of the hit and run Nicole dies at the hospital. But was it a mere accident or did someone deliberately run Nicole down? Savannah springs into action getting herself appointed as a police consultant to help find the culprit. The characters are well written, entertaining, artfully drawn into their roles. Murder, intrigue, family drama, family secrets, street graffiti, SNARK( an unknown graffiti artist, a hamburger contest, the Liberator, Jacob going mute, Amanda’s mother in hospice combine for a busy, intriguing story with many twists and turns. A glossary for Flameworking glass is included at the end of the book along with a cast of characters plus information about Glassblowing Instructions and websites to aide the reader to learn more about the subject. This is book # 6 in the Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery series. It can be read as a stand alone. I volunteered to read Down in Flames. Thanks to Net Gallery and Kensington for this opportunity. My opinion is voluntary and my own.

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