Book Review: A Basket of Trouble

A Basket of Trouble ( #3 in the Claire Hanover series)
By: Beth Groundwater
Genre: Mystery
312 pages
Publisher: Midnight Ink
Publication Date: November 8, 2013
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When gift basket designer Claire Hanover saddles up for the opening event of her brother Charley's new riding stable, the last thing she expects is for a death to ruin the festivities. But before the grand opening can even begin Kyle Mendoza, one of the stable hands, is found dead in a horse stall. At first it appears that the horse trampled him, until it's discovered someone killed Kyle before dragging him into the stall.
Charley's troubles worsen when a rival stable owner starts wrangling up his clients and Kyle’s family decides to sue him for negligence. Claire is determined to find the real murderer before her brother's business is put out to pasture and before the killer strikes again.

My Review
Received a copy from the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.*

This was the first book I've read in the Claire Hanover mysteries and I plan on reading more. I thought it started off a little slow but it then picked up and I found myself engrossed in the mystery, the characters, and the setting. Now I want to visit Colorado.

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