Review: It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To

It's Your Party Die If You Want To Review MystereityIt’s Your Party, Die If You Want To by Vickie Fee

It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To is the second book in the Liv and Di in Dixie series, but can be read as a standalone.

Liv is a (very talented) party planner with a lot on her plate; a riverboat gambling engagement party and a Clue themed Halloween costume party fundraiser (note: Clue is my favorite movie of all time so this was a big hit with me! I loved the descriptions of the costumes, it was almost like I was right there! )

But before the parties get underway, Liv has to help out at the annual retreat of the Professional Women’s Alliance of Dixe (PWAD), and her duties include chauffeuring celebrity paranormal TV star Lucinda Grable. When a member of PWAD is found murdered and a friend is arrested, its up to Liv and best friend Di to clear her name and catch a killer.

With a rich plot that kept me turning pages, I found it hard to put down. The pacing was just right; fast enough to keep the story moving but with enough detail to give it dimension. Add in a sprinkling of humor, quirky characters and a section at the the end of the book with tips on how you can create your own murder mystery party, this was a solid read and very recommended for cozy mystery fans looking for a great book to put them in the Halloween mood.

Thank you to Kensington Books and Netgalley for the advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.

It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To is available at book retailers, or at Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Series:  Liv & Di In Dixie #2
Rating: ★★★★★ 5 stars
Publisher: Kensington
Publication Date: September 27, 2016
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Formats: Paperback, Kindle, eBook
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1496700643
Review: Tam (Mystereity Reviews)

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