Hide and Sneak Book Review
|Title:||Hide and Sneak|
|Author:||G. A. McKevett|
|Published:||March 26, 2019, Kensington|
|No. of Pages:||352|
|Cover Price:||$26.00 Hardcover, $7.99 Paperback, $6.89 Kindle|
Every cozy lover loves Savannah Reid, and Hide and Sneak is the 23rd installment of the Savannah Reid series. Savannah’s detective agency, Midnight Magnolia Detective Agency, is hired to find the missing wife and toddler of a famous movie star, Ethan Malloy, and Savannah has stars in her eyes. However, her excellent detective skills are definitely needed. Even though Savannah and her husband have relocated to San Carmelita, California and are living a southern life in the west, there is plenty of PI work, and the famous star likes and trusts Savannah. However, as is usually the case, Savannah puts herself into several dangerous situations, and in this novel is stumped as to solving the case, especially when it is escalated to a murder investigation. As Savannah investigates, and uncovers clues, things point to a person who wants to be in the spotlight.
One of the reasons Savannah Reid is so well loved, is that McKevett has developed her character over the years so that she seems like a real person. Savannah is always dripping with southern culture, and in this novel, it is absolutely delightful. Savannah is the perfect poster child for proper southern culture, and family is very important to her. Savannah’s husband is still a cop (as Savannah had been previously), and his connections and expertise help Savannah solve her cases.
For those who haven’t read the previous books in the series, it is a good idea to start and to read them in order, since the development of the characters is ongoing throughout the series. This is a fun one, and can be read very quickly.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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