Wednesday, June 29, 2011
A Deadly Row Review
A Deadly Row ( A Math Puzzle mystery) by Casey Mayes
Genre: Adult Fiction
Math whiz Savannah Stone makes a living creating Math puzzles in rural North Carolina. But when the mayor starts receiving death threats, Savannah needs to solve this puzzle-before the next box to be filled is the mayor's coffin.
I don’t have any review copies lined up until next month so now I’m reading just for fun.
Whether you are a crossword puzzle lover or not this book will appeal to you.
This book takes place in my former hometown of Charlotte and has lots of twists and turns and hidden clues to appeal to any cozy mystery lover.
When Savannah and Zach arrive in Charlotte to help solve a series of murders that may involve their friend the mayor, they are unaware that someone else they know may be in danger. As they each try to solve the clues they must also question their friends in the hopes they one of them isn’t a serial killer.
Along the way Savannah gets answers about a mystery in her own family and a missing uncle. Savannah’s mom left a box for her with $10,000 in it and Savannah’s not sure what to do with the money or why her mom gave it to her.
This was a fun and quick read that would be a great beach read or sitting on your deck with a glass of sweet iced tea.