Review: Dye Hard

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Dye Hard by Morgana Best

Obnoxious ghost hunters descend on Cressida Upthorpe’s boarding house, convinced it must a source of paranormal activity given that three murders have occurred there in a short space of time.
After one of the ghost hunters is murdered with poisoned hair dye, Sibyl does her best to keep well away from the investigation, that is, until Cressida almost falls victim. With the bumbling detectives back in town and on the scene, Sibyl races to solve the murder before the body count rises.
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I really enjoyed this one, it was one of those books where I tried to read it slower to savor it, but it was so good I had to read it all the way through in one sitting. The great plot, involving another poisoning at Cressida’s boarding house kept me guessing, and and I liked the just-a-wee-bit sardonic view of ghost hunter shows (which I love, but can’t help but view sardonically.) There were so many misdirections and red herrings that I changed my opinion on whodunit several times, and the ending was very satisfying. I may have uttered a soft yaaay but I’ll never admit to it publicly.

I love all the characters, but it’s Mr. Buttons and his eccentricities that I love the most. I laughed out loud about the dog agility course, it was hilarious! And Cressida’s paintings! I confess, I’d probably buy one, probably the shipwreck. Who wouldn’t? Sibyl had a great idea there.

Overall, Dye Hard was fun and enjoyable, and a great addition to the series. I definitely recommend it for any cozy mystery fan.

Dye Hard is available at book retailers or online at Amazon  |   Barnes & Noble

Series:Australian Amateur Sleuth #3
Rating:★★★★✰ 4 stars
Publisher: Cozy Mysteries Books
Publication Date: Apr 7, 2016
Language: English
Formats: Kindle/Paperback/ePUB
ISBN:9781530957170
ASIN: B01E0DML22
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Reviewer: Mystereity Reviews
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