Review: Iced Under

51rddzzja2lIced Under by Barbara Ross

It’s winter in Busman’s Harbor, and Julia has settled in for a quiet winter. The restaurant she runs with Chris is shuttered for a few weeks, and Chris has gone to Florida to help out a friend. When Julia’s mom received a package containing a very old and expensive necklace that has been missing for several years, Julia tracks down the sender and uncovers her mother’s long lost family with secrets someone will kill for.

I always enjoy a visit to Busman’s Harbor, even in winter. The intriguing plot was a refreshing change of pace from the usual stumbling-over-a-body type of plot, and I read it in one afternoon, I just couldn’t put it down! The mysterious necklace sent by a mysterious relative and the relative’s mysterious death made for a riveting story. I liked that more information was added to the family history, and the “lost” family added a great new dimension to the series.

Overall, the Iced Under is a great cozy read for a cold winter’s day by the fire, I definitely recommend it to cozy mystery fans. This book can be read as a stand alone or as an entry into the series, but I definitely recommend reading all the books in the series.

Iced Under will be released on December 27, 2016.  Pre-order your copy on Amazon Barnes & Noble

Thank you to Kensington Books and Netgalley, who provided an advance copy in return for my honest review


Series: Maine Clambake Mystery #5
Rating:★★★★✰ 4 stars
Publisher: Kensington
Publication Date: Dec. 27, 2016
Language: English
Formats: Kindle/ePub/Paperback
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Reviewer: Tam (Mystereity Reviews)

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