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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
A murder. A nosey sleuth. Some unlikely suspects. Bryn Baczek was a management consultant who lived in a marina. One night, Bryn couldn’t sleep so she went to urinate and overheard an argument happening on a neighboring boat. Her neighbor, Arthur, was in a heated exchange with a woman named Sabrina. Bryn heard a thud in the water, and everywhere went quiet. The next day, Arthur denied Sabrina was on his boat, and life moved on until it took an unexpected turn. Sabrina was missing and turned up dead. Potential evidence disappeared, and all fingers pointed at Arthur. Did he kill Sabrina? Bryn went from defending Arthur to investigating a murder and dealing with a friend’s betrayal in Who Me? Fog Bows, Fraud & Aphrodite by Charlotte Stuart.
Who Me? Fog Bows, Fraud & Aphrodite by Charlotte Stuart is the second installment in A Macavity & Me Mystery. It was captivating, lighthearted, and laced with a heavy dose of humor. I loved Charlotte’s sassy writing style. It felt like I sat among a group of friends, listening to the hottest adventure in a small town. This novel would appeal to sleuth, action, and detective story lovers. Bryn was a protagonist that I loved to hate. I couldn’t stand someone so nosey that they didn’t know when to stop, but we need people like her around. Bryn was a determined person I’d love to have in my corner. She could be the rescuer or saving grace from some hopeless situations. I loved the flow of dialogue, plot, and character development. Keep writing, Charlotte!