Murder on Saint Patrick’s Day by P. Creeden

Murder on Saint Patrick’s Day by P. Creeden Murder on St. Patrick's Day by P. Creeden
Series: Ridgeway Rescue Mysteries #3
Published by the author on March 16, 2018
Source: Purchased
Genres: Mystery, Short Story
Pages: 37
Format: eBook
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three-half-stars

Ridgeway Rescue Mysteries can be read in 1-2 hours. Perfect for when you're waiting for an appointment or just want a fast read. Don't miss out on this quick, clean, cozy mystery that will keep you guessing until the end!

It's St. Patrick's Day and 20-year-old Emma Wright is working hard at training five-month-old Molly, her foster puppy, to become a therapy dog. But her training coach and neighbor gets an emergency call, cutting the lesson short, and Emma volunteers to pick up her daughter at a St. Patrick's Day concert in town.

When Emma arrives, the concert has just finished up, and the teenage girls are visiting with the band. Then the lead singer stumbles and falls to the ground, dead. Emma becomes the only level head in the crowd and calls for help. When the Sheriff and Colby arrive, they investigate it as a potential accident. But Emma finds subtle clues that something more sinister is going on. Did the leader of the band die in an accident, or was it murder?

Murder on Saint Patrick’s Day is a quick little mystery, perfect for today. Emma and her dog Molly are picking up a friend’s teenage daughter after a concert at a local cafe when the lead singer of the band collapses and dies on his way to the hospital. Emma’s observational skills once again help out her dad, the Sheriff, and they figure out who the killer is.

The mystery was good. It’s a short story, so everything moves a bit quickly, but I like the characters and the clues fit in well. I liked a band being involved in the mystery this time, it made it feel very St. Patrick’s Day-ish.

About P. Creeden

P. Creeden is the sweet romance and cozy mystery pen name for USA Today Bestselling Author, Pauline Creeden. She loves a good mystery and grew up watching Colombo and Murder, She Wrote. Animals are the supporting characters of many of her stories, because they occupy her daily life on the farm too.

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