t's Your Party, Die If You Want To Book Review

t's Your Party, Die If You Want To Book Review

Title: It's Your Party, Die If You Want To
Author: Vickie Fee
Published: September 27, 2016, Kensington
No. of Pages: 352
Cover Price: $7.99 Paperback, $6.99 Kindle

Dixie Tennessee is the cute southern town where Liv McKay is a party planner. She has several events scheduled, and is working hard to get things done when she and her best friend, Di, stumble upon a dead body in the cemetery. It's Your Party, Die If You Want To is the second in the Liv and Di in Dixie Mystery series, and, just like the other novels in the series, is delightful. The murder victim is a not-very-well-liked diva, Morgan Robison, who like to party, especially with other women’s husbands. Liv and Di set out to investigate and find that there are plenty of angry wives and cheating husbands that may be viable suspects.

Vickie Fee has captured the southern charm of Tennessee in this novel, and makes it fun. Her characters are actually believable, and are quite well-developed. They seem like real people from a small southern town, and are likeable in spite of the fact that one might be a murderer. Because this is a cozy, it doesn’t contain graphic sex, language, or violence, so everyone can enjoy it. There are times where the suspense builds, and it isn’t until the very end that readers find out who the murderer actually is. Of course, readers will be surprised, which is one of the aspects of a good cozy. Liv and Di are good amateur sleuths, and are a bit naïve as to the danger they could be in.

Nevertheless, this is a fun, fast read and readers will find they want to pick up all of the books in the series.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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