Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Review: DEATH TAKES A RIDE, by Lorena McCourtney

Assistant PI. Cate Kincaid has a knack for finding trouble. In Death Takes a Ride, she arrives at an auto restoration shop just in time to hear gunshots and discover a dead man in the business owner's office. She's drawn into the case when the co-owner of the shop asks her assistance in finding a young man who has a rare motorcycle to sell.             

But with Cate, nothing is ever simple. Her investigation goes further than she planned, with sometimes frightening--and sometimes humorous--consequences. This third book in the Cate Kincaid Files series is a true page-turner of a whodunit. The addition of Cate's uncertainty about her motorcycle-riding boyfriend's future plans adds to the fun.

I thoroughly enjoyed Death Takes a Ride. Lorena McCourtney is a master at writing cozy mysteries. Be sure to add Death Takes a Ride to your summer reading list. You'll be glad you did.

My thanks to the author and Revell for providing my review copy. My opinions are my own.