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Death Takes Priority (A Postmistress Mystery) - Jean Lilith Flowers
Death Takes Priority (A Postmistress Mystery)
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Introducing a murder mystery that really delivers!After caring for her dying aunt and being dumped by her fiancé, Cassie Miller decides to return to her small hometown in the Berkshires to lick her wounds and live in the house where she was raised. Leaving behind her managerial position in the... show more
Introducing a murder mystery that really delivers!After caring for her dying aunt and being dumped by her fiancé, Cassie Miller decides to return to her small hometown in the Berkshires to lick her wounds and live in the house where she was raised. Leaving behind her managerial position in the Boston main postal office, Cassie trades in her tailored suits and high heels for the comfortable blue shirt and red, white, and blue striped scarf of the Postmaster for North Ashcot, Massachusetts.Everything is business as usual until Cassie arrives at work one day to find that someone has broken into the post office building. The only items stolen: stacks of telephone books. Who steals phone books? Two days later, the body of an unidentified man is found in the woods. And when the handsome antiques dealer she just had lunch with is taken into custody, Cassie is suddenly drawn into the case. With a crime enveloped in mystery, she needs to track the killer—before another victim’s fate is sealed in the dead letter office… 
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
ISBN: 9780425279106 (0425279103)
ASIN: 0425279103
Publisher: Berkley
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Category:
Mystery
Series: A Postmistress Mystery (#1)
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4.5 Death Takes Priority
This book started out a little slow (which was necessary to set up a few plot points) but turned into a really good read. Pretty good plot; although I found it easy to unravel most of it well before the end of the book, it was worth the read to see how it all played out. Overall, an enjoyable st...
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